North Curry C of E Primary School is a church school and as such, are principle beliefs and values are derived from the foundation of the Church of England.
We aim to create a safe happy, welcoming and stimulating environment where each member of the school community feels valued and cared for, both as an individual and as a member.
The school works in partnership with parents to fulfil these aims.
To provide a broad, balanced, challenging and exciting curriculum, which allows all children to reach their full potential in a happy, stimulating, inclusive and safe environment.
To promote relationships between pupils and adults caring, valued, supportive, trusting, honest and one built on mutual respect where adults lead by example in line with the ethos of the school.
To support an ethos which is stimulating, safe, welcoming, positive, exciting; children are active and motivated learners, developing learning for life in a Christian environment.
To develop pupils which are happy, engaged, hard-working, motivated, confident, determined, well-mannered, respectful of others, caring, well rounded citizens and willing to contribute to all aspects of school life.
To have outstanding and punctual attendance with all children wanting to be there.
To create a learning environment which is welcoming. It is stimulating, exciting, interesting, enabling, safe, creative, motivating, promotes independence, enriching and also caters for all learning styles. Most importantly, it is fun.
To provide an outdoor environment which is stimulating, multi-sensory, colourful, friendly, welcoming, safe and rich with resources which are used effectively.
To promote a curriculum which is creative, engaging, motivating, child-led, enriching, inclusive, broad, meets everyone’s needs, flexible, achievable for all, owned by the pupils and promotes links with our local and global communities.
To ensure the pupils’ full potential is achieved.
To ensure all pupils receive individual, targeted and tailored support which meets their physical, social, academic, mental and emotional needs. This includes outstanding links between school and home.