Statement of Aims
St. Roselyn Junior School is committed to learning that is engaging, inspiring and enjoyable and to learning that endeavours to ensure every individual reaches their full potential. We aim for all to gain lifelong learning skills in a happy, secure, caring environment of mutual trust and respect.
Our fantastic team has strong commitment to high quality teaching and learning. We believe in the development of the whole child as an individual and endeavour to encourage them towards a successful future where they will use the skills and qualities they have learned to become responsible global citizens in an ever changing world. Through the implementation of these aims the school ensures that the inclusive vision of the school is fulfilled….
• To create a caring, supportive and secure learning environment, where all members of the school community can develop positive self-esteem built on relationships based on kindness, co-operation, respect and understanding of each other’s needs
• To enable every child to achieve their full potential through a broad, balanced, differentiated, interesting, challenging and relevant curriculum that incorporates the requirements of the Foundation Stage and National Curriculum.
• To help all children to acquire the highest standards that they are capable of in basic Literacy and Numeracy skills in order to provide them with the best possible foundation for their learning.
• To monitor and evaluate the progress of each child, setting challenging targets based on individual need and involving the children and their parents in the process
• To encourage children to do their best at all times and to challenge them to aim for excellence in all areas of school life.
• To foster understanding, tolerance and respect for those of different religions, cultures, beliefs and ways of life and develop their confidence to challenge prejudice and oppose discrimination in our multicultural society.
• To nurture a team spirit with adults and children working together in relationships of respect and understanding of the needs of each other.
• To encourage the development of every child as an individual and to be aware of the individual differences and special needs of each child.