Vision and Values

The school is very focused on the development of the whole child and the high achievement of all pupils. Equality of opportunity and giving all pupils the skills to be successful in life are very prominent features of the school's work.

OFSTED 2013

OUR MISSION Growing together

OUR VISION  '...each child valued and instilled with a life-long love of learning'

At William Tyndale Primary School we aim to create an attractive, stimulating, and safe learning environment, designed to realise every pupil’s potential.

We value and celebrate the diversity of our pupils’ backgrounds, and aim to promote inclusion for all stakeholders in the school community from every background, working together – pupils, staff, parents, carers, governors, visitors and volunteers – to value one another, treating each other with care and respect, enjoying friendship and mutually valuing everyone’s successes and achievements.

We aim to prepare pupils to take responsibility, within an academic and social context, for developing positive behaviour alongside independent learning skills, so that they may be well equipped for their future.

We value a broad and creative curriculum, and a calm, purposeful working atmosphere in school, in order for children to develop enthusiasm and confidence and to experience enjoyment and inspiration in their learning;

We value the importance of each child’s starting point - and personal achievements measured against this - to challenge pupils at all levels of ability to succeed, to strive for excellence and to achieve the highest standards of which they are capable in all subjects as they progress through the school

We value the impact of the performing and visual arts and sport on children’s experience and success; we aim to complement academic study with regular opportunity for students in all three of these areas.

We believe that our school is a learning community for everyone – pupils, teachers, parents, carers, volunteers, visitors and governors. To that end, we promote collaboration and open communication between home, school and the wider community for the good of all children. We also aim to provide each member of staff with the continuous professional development opportunities that will enable them to do their best for our pupils.

As a Rights Respecting School, we are committed to the UNCRC Articles which support our Vision and Values above.