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School Information

Values and Ethos

All pupils have opportunities to develop as a whole person within our school family, gaining confidence, independence and knowledge through excellent teaching, which recognises personalised learning, enabling every child to succeed. We encourage children to be reflective and thus, understand and be proud of themselves as individuals and as learners.

We strive to maintain effective partnerships between pupils, parents, staff, governors and the wider community, where contributions are welcomed and valued, within a nurturing, supportive family environment.

Together, we aim to equip pupils with the necessary skills for life and learning (Kellington 11), enabling them to become happy, caring and responsible citizens, able to make informed choices and prepared to make a positive contribution as they take up their roles within an ever changing world.


The main principles of our school are:

  • to provide a broad and balanced curriculum, which encourages education to be seen as a fun and enjoyable learning experience for life
  • to enable each individual to achieve their full potential, build positive relationships and develop self-confidence
  • to help everyone to feel welcome, included and safe in their environment
  • to establish friendly and supportive relationships between home and school, to enable children to progress and develop, according to their individual needs
  • to encourage everyone to lead a healthy lifestyle and strive for emotional and physical well-being
  • to equip each individual for their future, with the skills for learning, making choices and working with others.

The main aims of our school…
 

At Kellington Primary School, we believe our skills for life and learning  - Kellington 11 - make a real difference…

  • Take care of ourselves
  • Take a risk
  •  Imagination
  •  High expectations
  •  Keep trying
  •  Confident communication
  •  Problem solving
  •  Reflection and evaluation
  •  Teamwork
  •  Working independently
  •  Manage feelings


We strive to provide our children with valuable experiences.  We pledge that every child who attends Kellington Primary School will…

  1. Visit a theatre.
  2. Travel on public transport
  3. Experience an animal first-hand
  4. Explore my community
  5. Visit a city
  6. Build a den
  7. Experience another culture
  8. Make and fly a kite
  9. Learn to play an instrument
  10. Go outside in all weathers

 

British Values

Teaching and learning of the British Values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs is an integral part of our school ethos and curriculum in EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. Through assemblies, active participation in class, school and eco councils, school visits and visitors, involvement in shaping our school rules and being given a voice to influence school activities and our curriculum, children learn about the importance that British Values play in their everyday lives and the contrast between life in Britain and countries with differing values. In addition explicit teaching forms part of the RE, PHSE&C, History and Geography curricula in Key Stage 1 and 2 and is taught through discrete topics and stories in EYFS. The Learning Journey for each class shows the aspects of British Values which are learning about each half term.

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