School Aims

At Bankfields Primary School we aim to:

  • create a warm, supportive and stimulating school environment in which children feel happy, safe and secure, and are eager to learn,
  • develop positive relationships founded on mutual trust, respect and good example,
  • ensure all pupils are encouraged and supported in reaching their potential as learners,
  • provide all children with a broad, balanced curriculum relevant to their needs and abilities,
  • develop children as caring sensitive and tolerant individuals who have a clear understanding of right and wrong,
  • introduce children to a wide range of experiences and challenges which motivate and enrich their learning, now and in the future,
  • have high expectation of all children in terms of learning and behaviour,
  • value all children equally, upholding their rights regardless of gender, ability, disability, colour or race,
  • promote a strong partnership with parents based on shared information and responsibility for children’s learning,
  • serve the community well, encouraging and welcoming support and interest, and inspiring confidence in the work of the school.


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This policy will be reviewed and updated versions will be posted on the website.

If you have any questions about the use of your personal information, the Information Commissioner is the independent regulator for both Data Protection and Freedom of Information.