Savile Park Primary School

Headteacher: Mrs J Boylan

Ethos

     ‘Nurturing a love for learning, life and one another.’

At Savile Park Primary School we celebrate all pupils who are part of our school family. We aim to encourage their talents, abilities and experiences so that they achieve their full potential. We want each individual to grow in confidence, knowledge and awareness and we provide a happy, caring and stimulating atmosphere where they will enjoy learning, feel secure and involved. We endeavour to promote a love for learning, a love for life and a love for one another.

A Love for Learning

We wish to inspire pupils’ minds in a high quality learning environment. Pupils are encouraged to express themselves, ask questions and use their imagination. Learning is based on first-hand experience whenever possible and the classroom extends to the local community and beyond. We equip our pupils with the skills and attitudes to cope with a rapidly changing society. The value of life-long learning is upheld and emphasised.

A Love for Life

Life is precious and something to be cherished with each individual having something unique to offer. We help pupils understand the potential power of their own life, they are encouraged to maintain physical and mental well-being so that they can achieve this potential. We also want them to appreciate the richness and diversity of the world, developing a caring attitude so that they protect the environment in which we live. Pupils are encouraged to delight in their own, and other peoples’, gifts and talents. Activities that develop spiritual awareness are regularly provided.

A Love for One Another

We aim to maintain a school where everyone is respectful and considerate to one another regardless of race, culture, religion, gender or ability. Friendly and caring attitudes and actions towards people in our families, school, local community and the world beyond, are constantly be encouraged. Courtesy and good behaviour through self-discipline is expected and positively reinforced.