Vision Values and Aims
At Cosby Primary School we are a team where everyone is
"Working together for Excellence."
Our core values are:
Respect, Friendship, Trust, Honesty, Confidence and Determination.
We believe in:
Promoting values for life in our children, providing a place where every child is valued and learns to value, trust and respect themselves and those around them.
Providing our children and staff with a caring, friendly learning environment where children are motivated to learn and have the confidence and determination to succeed.
Leading by example through nurturing trust and honesty.
Establishing a team built of children, parents, staff, governors and the wider community, where we all work together for excellence.
Cosby Primary School aims to enable each child to:
Be someone who loves to learn and aspires to fulfil their true potential.
Be a confident, creative and independent learner with the skills to succeed in the future.
Be a resourceful, resilient risk-taker who makes the most of every learning opportunity.
Take pride in themselves and their achievements and show respect for others and the environment.
Cooperate, collaborate and communicate effectively.
Be happy, healthy and active members of the school and wider community.
How will we achieve this?
We will achieve the above aims and vision statement through:
Striving for a high quality of teaching and learning through which children of all abilities can achieve their full potential.
Providing a happy, secure environment where children are valued equally and value one another and where they can develop their self - esteem and self-discipline.
Offering a stimulating, broad and balanced curriculum based upon high expectations and standards, particularly in Literacy and Numeracy and which promotes learning through encouragement and praise.
Encouraging parents to take an active role in supporting their child's learning through regular communication, welcoming volunteers in school and providing opportunities to find out more about the school.
Developing positive links between home and school, governors, and the wider community in order to support the children's learning.
Enabling and encouraging the whole staff and governors to work together as a team, sharing expertise and valuing one another's strengths.
Continuing the rigorous process of self-monitoring and evaluation, identifying where improvement need to be made and drawing up appropriate plans to bring them about.