Small classes, exceptional opportunities.
Breakfast and after school club provision.
Outdoor learning.
Village school with access to opportunities offered by the wider Federation.

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Our Aims & Ethos

Aims & Ethos

Equality Objectives

Aims & Ethos

Our school aims are as follows:

• To create a stimulating, safe, friendly and supportive atmosphere at Kings Caple Primary Academy in which all children are encouraged to develop lively, enquiring minds and a love of learning, which will help them find out about their world.

• That an early partnership should be forged between parents and school to create a unity of purpose and attitude towards the value of education and school.

• To ensure that children have a voice on school issues and are involved in school development and decision making. (Schools Council/Circle Time)

• To ensure that all children have equal access to all opportunities occurring at the school and that barriers to learning are removed.

• To ensure that all children have every opportunity to develop their own personalities and abilities to the full, as well as respecting the needs of others.

• To develop an understanding of ethical, moral and spiritual values in an atmosphere of mutual respect and consideration of others. (Values Education, programme used for assemblies and throughout the curriculum).

• To encourage children to share in a wealth of experiences through creativity and involvement with the wider community.

• To ensure that children are encouraged to progress according to their ability, experiencing success in as many areas of school life as possible.

Equality Objectives

  • To promote spiritual, moral, social and cultural development
    through all appropriate curricular opportunities, with
    particular reference to issues of equality and diversity
  • To reduce prejudice and increase understanding of equality
    through direct teaching across the curriculum
  • To narrow the gap between non-disadvantaged and
    disadvantaged pupils
  • To reduce the incidence of hostile attitudes and behaviour
    towards, and between, disabled and non-disabled pupils.
  • To ensure all children have a positive attitude
  • To promote cultural development and understanding through a
    rich range of experiences both in and beyond the school
  • To reduce the incidence of prejudice-related bullying in
    relation to the protected characteristics listed in the Equality
    Act 2010.

“Developing your child’s individual potential in a friendly and supportive environment and so preparing them to meet the challenges of the future”