At Medstead C of E Primary School we are committed to provide an inspiring, creative, challenging and innovative learning environment, where everyone enjoys taking responsibility for shaping their own learning.
This approach begins in the Foundation Stage where the best practice is carefully built upon and enhanced throughout the school and through well planned transition and partnership into secondary education and beyond.
School leaders at all levels continually strive to ensure that all groups of pupils achieve their potential and make excellent progress, that teaching and learning is consistently good, with many examples of outstanding practice.
The personal development and well-being of children and adults is held in the highest regard; we recognise that this must sit alongside a rigorous drive for high standards and reflect the school’s unique Christian character.
We strive to fully develop strong and positive partnerships with parents and wider communities to ensure there is a sense of belonging and that diversity of different backgrounds are appreciated and valued, so that the school motto ‘Together we Learn’ is intrinsic to our practice.
At Medstead we are working towards becoming an accredited Rights Respecting School by following the Unicef United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Our School Governors frame all their work within the remit of Article 3:
The best interests of the child must be a top priority in all actions concerning children.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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