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Our School Aims

First and foremost at Roe Farm Primary are the children in our care.  It is our priority to deliver high quality teaching and learning whilst at the same time providing a rich, stimulating learning environment where children thrive and are motivated to learn.  Everything we do as a school is to ensure that the children gain a wealth of real experiences in order to achieve and reach their full potential.  

Celebrations of their success and achievements are vital in achieving this and promoted across school on displays both in and around the classroom.  

We want every child to be successful; to reach for success from the very first day they join us and throughout their school lives so that when they leave us, they have a love of learning for the rest of their lives.


It is our aim to: 

  • Provide a secure and stimulating environment that is conducive to all children having the opportunity to reach their full potential;

  • Have regard and respect for the experiences, knowledge and cultural diversity that every child brings to school.  To use this as a foundation for improving standards;

  • Value the achievements of all children, both in and out of school and provide opportunities to develop self-confidence and a positive self image;

  • Provide a supportive culture in which all staff are encouraged to extend, develop and share their expertise;

  • Ensure that issues of equal opportunities are considered in all our work;

  • Provide a curriculum based on the National Curriculum and Foundation Stage Curriculum that is broad, balanced, relevant, progressive and appropriately differentiated;

  • Offer all children equal access to the curriculum and school life in the community where individual differences are appreciated, celebrated, understood and accepted;

  • Encourage children to become good citizens, by developing caring attitudes and respect towards themselves, other children, adults, their school and their community;

  • Encourage each individual to take responsibility for his/her behaviour and to act as a good role model to others;

  • Work closely with parents and carers to support their young people to achieve and succeed.

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