Vision and Aims

Vision Statement

 We worked with all staff, children, governors and members of the Parent Forum to formulate the School Vision Statement, School Aims and our Learner Values.

 

'Believe, Achieve, Succeed' underpins the Vision Statement of Copley Junior School

 At Copley Junior School we are committed to the academic, personal, social, moral and emotional development of all our pupils. Our school is a safe, caring, stimulating learning environment where the effort and achievement of every single child is celebrated and valued. In working closely with pupils, parents and the wider community, our staffing team encourage children to develop into confident and compassionate young people with a strong sense of belonging. All pupils experience a relevant, vibrant and broad curriculum that supports and challenges them to reach their full potential. We aim to nurture motivated learners who have the self belief and independence to achieve excellence and succeed.

 

School Aims

Standards achieved by the Children

  • To enable all children to enjoy school life, achieve their highest standards in all areas of development and make outstanding progress in relation to their prior attainment

The Quality of Education provided by Copley Junior School

  • To provide all children with learning experiences of high quality by identifying clear learning outcomes, using effective teaching styles and methods and suitable resources, all well-matched to their differing needs
  • To ensure that all children are fully involved in a relevant, vibrant and broad curriculum and have the opportunity to develop skills and ideas that engage them fully
  • To enable the children to set themselves high standards, take pride in their work and strive towards high achievement
  • To enable the children to be confident, self-motivated and take advantage of opportunities to develop their own learning
  • To provide a lively, stimulating and well-organised environment for learning in which staff and children work co-operatively towards independence
  • To ensure that children acquire the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to adopt a healthy, safe and fulfilling lifestyle
  • To create a happy, relaxed and stimulating atmosphere in which each child can develop positive and co-operative relationships, tolerance, understanding and respect for all people
  • To involve parents and other stakeholders in school life to ensure that all aspects of children’s progress are fully inclusive, shared and supported

Leadership and Management

  • To provide clear leadership and effective management at all levels which takes the school forward in its chosen direction
  • To make effective use of the school’s resources in order to achieve the best possible learning outcomes