Wellbeing

 

At Greenvale we take the wellbeing of our community very seriously and wish to create an environment where all can thrive.  This is an essential part of us 'loving what we do'.

An key aspect of this is having an open door policy and listening to what members of our community are saying and how they are feeling.  As a staff, we have recently reviewed our approach towards wellbeing and created a 'Wellbeing Charter' to demonstrate our commitment to this important aspect of our school.

To view our Wellbeing Charter, please Click here

 

At Greenvale we take the wellbeing of our community very seriously and wish to create an environment where all can thrive.  This is an essential part of us ‘loving what we do’.

An key aspect of this is having an open door policy and listening to what members of our community are saying and how they are feeling.  As a staff, we have recently reviewed our approach towards wellbeing and created a ‘Wellbeing Charter’ to demonstrate our commitment to this important aspect of our school.

To view our Wellbeing Charter, please Click here

Aims and Values of Greenvale Primary

At Greenvale we are committed to striving excellence in all that we do.

We aim

  • To value each individual with appreciation of their race, religion, culture, gender and physical ability.
  • To ensure equal opportunities for every child to access a broad and balanced curriculum within a stimulating, challenging environment, fostering the highest possible standards of academic achievement.
  • To develop children as lifelong independent learners, who are self-motivated, self-disciplined and willing to experiment within their learning.
  • To encourage each child to participate fully and actively in all areas of school life, including extra curricular activities.
  • To promote high standards of behaviour, respect and courtesy towards each other.
  • To build strong partnerships between home, school and the wider community.

School Values
Greenvale is a values-led school. We use these to guide our pupils in both their behaviour and their learning. They allow pupils to develop lifelong skills and build effective relationships with those around them. These values are:

  • Respect and Honesty
  • Sharing and Co-operation
  • Determination and Inspiration.


British Values
In line with guidance from the Department for Education, Greenvale actively promotes British values in school to ensure young people leave school prepared for life in modern Britain.
British values relates to the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. These are promoted through PSHE lessons and supported in assemblies and pupil parliament discussions.

Equalities

Please click here for our latest equalities statement.

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