*** Year 1 visit to Hardwick Hall - Wednesday 20th March 2019 ***
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Aims & Values

What are we aiming to do in Whinney Banks Primary School ?   The staff at Whinney Banks Primary School are committed to being an open, supportive and professional team who respect one another and work together to make a difference. We aim to create a positive atmosphere of trust, respect and high expectations between pupils, staff, parents and other professionals. We are determined to foster a happy, safe and calm environment where children behave well and become confident, independent learners. We encourage children to:

In order for them to experience success and realise their potential, we seek to treat all children fairly and have high expectations of each individual. We are passionate about providing children with a broad, balanced and enriched curriculum. This is delivered in a high quality, stimulating manner, using first-hand experience and practical activities wherever possible. We strive to build effective learning partnerships between home, school and the community. By working together, our aim is to be recognised as a successful school, where parents are happy to send their children and to which children are happy to come. We want children to leave Whinney Banks:  

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