THE ECCLESBOURNE SCHOOL

Learning Together For The Future

20/20 Vision and Aims

The Ecclesbourne School 2020 Vision

LEARNING TOGETHER FOR THE FUTURE

School Motto: Integrity, Tenacity, Service.

The Ecclesbourne School strives to be a successful and caring learning community in which individuals are inspired to meet the challenges of the future.

All members of our School Community should:

  • Acquire the knowledge and skills for now and for a fulfilling future.
  • Develop confidence in themselves and their abilities.
  • Feel valued and value others.
  • Work together effectively and with enthusiasm.
  • Create an innovative learning environment.
  • Appreciate the world at large.

The School Community includes everyone who learns and works within the School and all those with a supportive interest in the School.

Governing Principle: “To Make Our School Even Better”

First Aim

All members of our school community should acquire the knowledge and skills required for now and for a fulfilling future.

Skills include:

  • communication,
  • number,
  • information technology,
  • study,
  • citizenship,
  • teamwork, 
  • leadership and many more
  1. The School provides a broad, academic, practical and relevant curriculum based on personalised learning pathways.
  2. The School seeks to identify new areas of knowledge and skills and to make them available to all.
  3. The School enhances the National Curriculum by adding a diversity of opportunities inside and outside the formal curriculum and provides inspirational learning experiences.
  4. The School ensures that knowledge is used and skills practised in the contexts of work, leisure, home, the local community and the world at large.
  5. The School actively encourages staff and students to embrace new experiences as well as developing established interests.
  6. The School applies a range of assessments to monitor progress as appropriate to individual levels of development and ability.
  7. The School promotes the development of learning ‘partnerships’ between students, staff, parents and the wider community; encouraging parents to be proactive in their child’s learning.
  8. The School seeks out the views of students, parents, the local and wider community in determining its policy and practice.
  9. The School enables students to develop the skills for lifelong learning and to deal with change and uncertainty.
  10. The School provides opportunities for residents in the wider community todevelop their own skills and knowledge.