By the end of Year 6 they are very securely equipped with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they will need in the next stage of their education. OFSTED 2015
OUR VISION STATEMENT
Platt Church of England Primary will be a special place full of learning, enthusiasm and friendship, where children are happy, feel safe and are valued within an inclusive Christian environment.
We will aim to provide the best education in a stimulating environment, with high expectations of all. There will be areas that promote spiritual development and reflection. In the future, a new school building that will meet the needs of the next generation of learners.
Everybody involved in the school develops a love of learning inspired by quality teaching, building and developing upon individual strengths and talents.
We believe every child is entitled to enjoy his or her childhood. We will teach the importance of respect, forgiveness and a caring attitude to provide a foundation for life. We provide a fresh, vibrant and active curriculum to inspire our children to become enthusiastic, lifelong learners.
Communication and involvement of children, staff, parents/carers, governors and the community is our key to developing successful citizens who will lead happy and rewarding lives.
Pupils feel extremely safe and cared for in school. They have absolute confidence in their teachers to look after them. OFSTED 2015
Christian Values and Excellence
Learning together, forgiving one another, caring for all.
In an inclusive Christian environment at Platt we value each child and aim to:
· Develop confident, secure and happy children
· Provide a fresh, vibrant and active curriculum that models and inspires enthusiastic lifelong learners
· Track the progress and attainment of all pupils; celebrate and value their successes
· Foster love and compassion for each other and an understanding of the wider community
· Nurture trust, promote self-discipline and respect within a safe environment.
Platt CE Primary School ensured our son received a good quality education. He grew in confidence at the school which gave him an excellent foundation for secondary school. Being head boy was the icing on the cake!
Our youngest son thrives in an environment of understanding and is challenged regularly to stretch himself in Maths and English. He loves it!
Parent of a Year 5 pupil