Values and Ethos

At Wheatlands we aim:

  • To create a happy and supportive community that promotes children’s attainment and progress.

  • To value each individual child, member of staff, governor and parent/carer.

  • To give a high priority to creating a close and supportive liaison between home, school and the wider community.

  • To ensure that children are able to work to the best of their ability continually maximising their potential.

  • To ensure that learning is a rewarding, enjoyable experience; in which children are proud of their accomplishments.

  • To foster in children the very highest standard of achievement and behaviour through the school’s high expectations.

  • To provide a relevant, broad and balanced curriculum that allows for attainment in both academic and creative areas appealing to all learning styles.

  • To promote the principles of fairness and justice for all encouraging the children to develop as responsible members of their local community.

  • To ensure that all children have equal access to the full range of educational opportunities.

  • To embrace diversity and learn about life in different cultures.

  • To promote a sustainable healthy lifestyle.

These aims are reflected in our Wheatlands Promise which we encourage all children to follow. Our promise can be downloaded below and is displayed throughout school.

Mrs S Fiske

Head Teacher

Ofsted Reports

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Term dates and holidays

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Safeguarding

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Sports Relief

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British Values

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Science Week

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World Book Day

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