Our Vision, Vaules and Aims


At East Fulton, we are One Team

Children will be loved, and they will be welcomed.  We support our children to have the best experience they can.


Our values are how we behave at East Fulton

We are Kind – We care about other people. We think about the impact our words and actions have on others. We are patient and we help each other. We will listen to each other; we take turns, and we always act with respect and care.

We are Honest – We try and do the right thing. We tell the truth, and we will ask for help when we need it. If we can do better, we will try. We learn from our mistakes.

We are Inclusive – You are all welcome at East Fulton. We value the diversity and uniqueness of our pupils and community. We are a nurturing school and we value caring relationships. Everyone is welcome here, no matter who they are or how they learn.

We are Committed – We are hard-working, we value effort and doing the best we can. We support each other, we know that some children learn differently from others and we make sure everyone gets the help they need. We are always learning at East Fulton.

We aim to…

  • support attachments and friendships through a nurturing ethos and approach.
  • develop the understanding of respect and kindness through positive role modelling.
  • encourage children to care for themselves, their peers and the environment they live in.
  • create an environment where everyone feels involved and listened to.
  • ensure children have opportunities to explore risky play and develop an awareness of safety through real life experiences.
  • provide children with freedom to explore creativity, problem solving and enquiry skills during their play, sensitively guided and supported by practitioners, other children and their family.
  • allow children to have access to outdoor play and learning for most of their nursery day through outdoor learning spaces, local community trips and activities.
  • ensure Literacy, Numeracy and Health and Wellbeing are at the core of the children’s learning experiences and that the environment will provide rich and meaningful opportunities for children to develop, extend and consolidate their skills for learning, life and work.
  • ensure staff are responsive to children’s own interests and support them to be leaders in their own learning through observation, sensitive interactions and floorbook planning.
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