At Westrop Primary School we are committed to offering our pupils the highest possible quality of education.
We want our children to:
- develop imagination and creativity
- acquire skills and abilities
- have a love of learning
Through respect, teamwork and partnerships, we will work together to ensure that all children achieve, succeed and become responsible, well-mannered citizens.
There are 8 key personal values that the school believe are important to developing our children.
These values come from the IPC curriculum and are reflected within every part of the children’s learning. By their nature, the personal values are not age-specific. They apply to all children-and adults-of all ages.
The 8 key personal values are enquiry, adaptability, resilience, morality, communication, thoughtfulness, cooperation and respect.
I am not afraid to try new things.
I appreciate other cultures and traditions.
I know the difference between right and wrong and can explain why.
I keep trying and don’t give up.
I can explain myself and listen to others.
I look after everything around me.
I respect myself and my friends point of view.
I ask questions and think about the answers..
I work well with others and listen to their views.