Bidbury Infant School Vision
At Bidbury Infant School we believe that effective learning and teaching, both the product of our work and in the processes we undertake is the core purpose of our school.
Bidbury Infant School is a learning community with a primary focus on children learning about their personal development and the impact their behaviour and actions has on others.
They learn from their relationships with their teachers and other staff and also with each other. They also learn from observing how adults behave with one another and with the pupils. Children learn to care for others, to be generous, kind, tolerant and respectful.
Good experience in personal relationships in early life will make an important contribution to an understanding of moral and spiritual values when they are older and in turn promote effective academic learning.
As a school we feel that our core values of Achievement, Respect, Motivation, Creativity, Independence and Interdependence are at the core of our work and promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. These are an integral part of British Values which are taught across the school.
In pursuing our school aims at Bidbury Infant School we believe that effective learning and teaching is undertaken when:
We feel good about ourselves (Respect)
We experience success (Achievement)
We have the skills to learn (Independence)
We think of our own ideas (Creativity)
We work well with others (Interdependence)
We want to learn and try our best (Motivation)
Our values support our positive ethos and culture, which in turn promotes effective learning and teaching for all by reducing barriers to learning and ensuring good progress.