At Radcliffe on Trent Infant and Nursery School we aim to inspire young minds so that they strive to become lifelong learners.
Our vision is to develop confident, curious and independent learners, both children and staff, who:
- enjoy learning and have fun
- feel safe, secure and happy in our school
- are confident to share our ideas
- enjoy learning about the world around us
- set ourselves high expectations and always try our best
- are independent learners and enjoy being challenged
- have the knowledge, skills and attitudes to enjoy and take an active part in the village and wider world community
- feel valued for being me and know we are all special
- are respectful and kind with each other
We the staff, parents and governors will achieve this by creating a culture of learning, growth and discovery that is engaging and stimulating for both children and staff by:
- working together as a learning community
- providing a nurturing, stimulating and challenging environment
- promoting a positive culture of risk taking and challenge
- encouraging independence and confidence
- developing the whole child, supporting them in achieving their full potential physically, academically, socially, spiritually and emotionally
- providing a creative, inspiring and engaging curriculum that promotes learning based on questioning and thinking skills OR curiosity and challenge
- assessing children’s learning and ensuring that individual needs are met so that all children achieve their potential
- providing a firm grounding in basic educational skills as well as personal life skills eg respect and honesty
- providing equality of opportunity and regard for all pupils and staff
- valuing individuality, culture and heritage
“Learn, Grow, Achieve Together”
Our Mission Statement
Our aim is to enable children to become enthusiastic, happy and confident learners who live healthy lifestyles and value themselves and everyone around them.
Equality and Diversity Statement
Radcliffe on Trent Infant and Nursery School will promote equality of opportunity for pupils, parents and staff from all social, cultural and economic backgrounds and ensure freedom from discrimination on the basis of disability, gender, race, age, religion or belief, and sexual orientation.
Equality and diversity are integral to the School’s priorities and objectives. We will support inter-faith and inter-cultural dialogue and understanding and engage all pupils in playing a full and active role in wider engagement with society.