Our aim at Todwick Primary School is to create an atmosphere where children can develop to their full potential in a secure and supportive environment. All children are individuals with their own talents and abilities. We aim to develop these abilities and to offer opportunities where they can grow in confidence and self-respect yet still retain sensitivity to others. Through a broad and balanced curriculum, the children’s natural enthusiasm and interests can be nurtured and in turn, by their own efforts, they can appreciate the value of success. It is the right of every child to receive a broad and balanced curriculum that meets their needs. Every teacher is teacher of Special Educational Needs (SEN) and it is our commitment to ensure that every child in Todwick Primary School is included in all aspects of school life and provided with opportunities to achieve and fulfil their potential.
Our Special Needs Coordinator (SENDCo) at Todwick Primary School is Miss L Hawksworth . If you need to contact her please phone the school on 01909 771138 or email email@example.com
Todwick Primary School aims to:
- Ensure that learning is fun and memorable. (Be a smart, bright and interesting place to learn). Creativity will be encouraged. Active and experiential learning will stimulate and motivate children.
- Be a smart, bright and exciting immersive environment to engage our children in learning.
- Nurture children so that they are happy and secure with an individual sense of self-worth. Achievements will be celebrated and valued by all.
- Create a positive, caring atmosphere which reflects our shared values and promotes a sense of community.
- Develop a community of confident, life-long learners and responsible citizens.
- Promote challenge through high expectations of learning and behaviour.
- Grow and change but remain true to our vision
- We believe the route to achieving these aims is through many things: the promotion of confidence and self-belief, inquiry and curiosity, enthusiasm and challenge, sharing and learning together, accepting and embracing differences, openness, self- respect and persistence.
Our school is inclusive. We want all of our children to feel welcomed, accepted, happy and fulfilled. We recognise that all children are different and that these differences create opportunities for adults and children alike to learn more about themselves and to respect each other. Helping children to developing positive attitudes and values is an important feature of our work.
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