At Potten End School, we believe that:
The best learning takes place when a child is motivated, the best learning takes place when the child has a desire to learn from the task before them. We therefore aim to make all activities interesting and relevant to the child. Learning at school takes place both through children’s own first hand experience and through direct teaching methods.
A child with high self-esteem will have the confidence to take chances and try new things.
Confidence will grow in an environment where each individual is valued for who they are:
At Potten End School, we aim to provide an environment which:
Aims for Potten End School
To provide a caring environment that creates an atmosphere in which everyone can feel happy, confident and secure, enabling all members of the school community to achieve their full potential.
To provide for the physical, mental, social, moral and spiritual development of each child, within a Christian ethos whilst appreciating multicultural diversity.
To set the highest academic standards and instill high expectations of achievement within every child.
To motivate and challenge each child through a broad, stimulating curriculum in order to acquire skills and knowledge and develop their creative, investigative and critical faculties.
To work in close partnership with parents encouraging each child to be a valued and responsible member of both the school and the whole community.
To promote a happy and successful school through the involvement of children together with staff, governors, parents and the local community.