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Cove Infant School

Growing and Achieving together

Our School Aims

We aim to:

  • Grow and Achieve Together
  • Maintain high standards. We encourage children, staff, parents and governors to set high standards of achievement, value excellence and experience success
  • Create a school ethos that is based firmly on mutual respect, trust and tolerance
  • Celebrate diversity in all aspects of life; promoting inclusivity in all that we do at Cove Infant School
  • Offer a variety of strategies to develop each pupil as an independent as well as a co-operative learner, fostering an ‘I can’ attitude where children are keen problem solvers and are willing to take risks
  • Provide enriching, enjoyable and first – hand opportunities for all children to reach their full potential and develop key life skills within a supportive, nurturing and welcoming environment, as well as extending learning to the local community and further afield!
  • Provide a broad and balanced, well – organised curriculum, tailored to the needs of our children
  • Create an attractive and stimulating learning environment, supportive of all childrens needs
  • Enable all of our children to have the confidence and resilience to be inquisitive young people and ignite a lifelong love of learning
  • Create positive partnerships with parents and the local community
  • Encourage and celebrate all achievements within and beyond the curriculum
  • Provide a broad range of opportunities to promote a healthy lifestyle that considers and supports physical and mental well being
  • Ensure that our children are safe internet users in our ever growing digital world
  • Provide continuous professional development for all members of staff, and the Governing Body
  • Encourage the children to respect themselves, each other, the local community and the environment, allowing them to become responsible citizens
  • Provide the skills and knowledge that the children will need as they move on to Junior, and in turn, secondary phases of their education and for their lifelong future careers.