Through a process of continuous self evaluation we aim to reflect the aims and principles of a Curriculum for Excellence.
1. Successful Learners
a) To provide a broad, balanced and integrated curriculum, consistent with the outcomes and experiences of a Curriculum for Excellence.
b) To enable all pupils to achieve high standards appropriate to their age, stage and ability.
c) To sustain effective systems of support to meet the educational, pastoral, personal and social needs of all pupils.
2. Responsible Citizens
a) To develop partnerships between pupils, staff, parents and the wider community.
b) To promote an ethos of equality which respects and values all members of the school’s community.
c) To help all pupils develop respect for their world and make informed choices.
3. Effective Contributors
a) To ensure all pupils are given opportunities to develop their communication skills in a variety of situations.
b) To provide pupils with a variety of group challenges which allow them to develop team skills and make effective contributions.
4. Confident Individuals
a) To provide a safe and challenging environment in which pupils are encouraged to grow in confidence.
b) To provide opportunities for pupils to become confident when making presentations to groups of varying sizes, both within and beyond the school environment.