Vision and Values - who we are and what we stand for
As a good school with many outstanding features, we are proud to present our school vision. It is about who we are, and what we are about. It also where we see ourselves in the next 5 years. We are passionate about our commitment to our children, and I know that you will share our immense pride at the journey that our children take as they progress through the school. If you have any comments, please come and join our coffee mornings. We would love to hear from you!

 

The School Vision

Burlington Infant and Nursery School is a happy vibrant community school where diversity and individuality are celebrated. We are passionate in our pursuit of excellence in all aspects of school life. We nurture and inspire children to develop confidence and resilience, in an environment where efforts are valued and all children flourish.

 

Mission Statement

Inspiring Excellence, Nurturing Resilience

 

Values

Inspiration

  • Providing enriching and exciting experiences and role models, bringing our creative curriculum to life.
  • Celebrating achievement and making a positive contribution to the school community.

Excellence

  • Commitment to outstanding teaching and deep learning.
  • A determination for all children to flourish and realise their full potential.

Nurture

  • To provide a safe, secure and nurturing environment where children learn to value themselves and others.
  • To encourage our children’s individuality and independence.

Resilience

  • Strengthen self-belief, build confidence and face challenges.
  • Developing a whole school ‘Growth Mindset’ learning culture, and understanding the power of ‘Yet’ (I can’t do it…yet.)

 

School Development Plan 2019-20: Current School Priorities

Quality of Education:

INTENT: To ensure that curriculum planning and design shows depth of learning and a clear progression of skills to meet the needs of all pupil groups.
IMPLEMENTATION: To ensure consistently good or outstanding teaching over time.
IMPACT: To ensure children make and exceed expected progress.
KS1: To maintain and raise attainment of all pupil groups, narrowing the gap between SEN, PPG and EAL children and their peers; To raise attainment in Greater Depth Standard, in line with or above Kingston and National.
EYFS: To raise attainment with 75% of all children to reach GLD

Behaviour and Attitudes:

To develop a whole school 'Growth Mindset' learning culture.
To maintain attendance figures above National (at least 96%) and persistent absence rate to below National (8.3% at end of 2019).

Personal Development:

To develop and embed a structured curriculum that builds character for every child.
To develop and implement the new PSHE curriculum
To review current practices around wellbeing for all children and staff.
To develop a whole school focus on smooth, calm transitions around the school.

Leadership and Management:

To strengthen and further develop a robust leadership at all levels throughout the school.