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Ofsted, January 2014
At Belvoirdale we are all committed to providing the very best educational opportunities we can for the children who join us for their Primary School years.
We want children to leave us at the end of year 6 ready for the next stage of their education at High School with both academic and life skills to help them through their Secondary years.
We offer a rich curriculum, based on the International Primary Curriculum, which reflects the National Curriculum and wider life experiences which we believe are important for our children. Through Information Technology, visits out of school and an enrichment programme we give children opportunities to work together, develop new skills and experience life beyond school to support their learning.
At the heart of the school is a strong ethos of kindness, mutual respect, equality, honesty and morality. We are resolute in our determination to teach children right from wrong through experiences, including our behaviour policy and the topics children learn about in classrooms.
Above all we want children to come to school everyday and to develop a love of learning. We want chldren to be motivated to do their very best and to take part in all that we have to offer. As adults we are keen to learn too, we are motivated to improve what we teach our children so that they have the very best education. We see ourselves as a community of learners; looking for the best, trying our best and wanting to provide the best for both children and adults alike.
We have aspirations to be the best, for our children.
C Beaton, Headteacher
Ofsted, January 2014