Low Moor C. of E. Primary School is a place in which everyone holds the highest expectation and ambition for themselves and for each other, a community in which adults and children work together, ‘Aiming for Excellence’ in all that we do.
Our Low Moor Learning Values ensure children are ambitious, well-equipped for learning and ready to embrace challenge. Our children take ownership of their learning, are confident, and proud of their achievements.
In our school, we nurture and encourage every individual to be the best version of themselves as we learn and grow together. At Low Moor, every person is enabled to celebrate their unique talents and come to know their special place in the eyes of God. The Fruits of His Holy Spirit are at the heart of our school and ensure a love of learning, a love of life, a love of God and a love of one another.
As a Church school, we have a distinctive character where Christian values are promoted in all aspects of school life. We encourage all members of the school community to promote a Christian ethos where care and respect is shown to everyone. At Low Moor C. of E. Primary School, our identity is demonstrated in the values we share and the relationships that all members of the school community have with each other.
We are inclusive and embrace diversity, showing the patience, kindness and love for others, that we would wish for ourselves.
At Low Moor C. of E. Primary School we aim to:
- Create an inviting, stimulating environment which allows both children and adults to develop to their full capacity regardless of race, gender, disability or special educational needs.
- Give high priority to the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of all the children.
- Ensure that all children are safe from bullying, discrimination
- Provide a full and rounded curriculum matched to the needs and abilities of individual children covering the Early Years Foundation Stage, National Curriculum and R.E, and which prepares pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities
andexperiences of adult life.
- Ensure that pupils develop and achieve the highest possible standards within the Early Years Foundation Stage, National Curriculum, basic skills and the wider school curriculum.
- Inspire pupils’ creativity, enjoyment and a commitment to learning that will last a lifetime.
- Develop physical skills and encourage children to
recognisethe importance of pursuing a healthy lifestyle and keeping themselves and others safe.
- Develop efficient systems for monitoring and recording each child’s progress and attainment.
- Promote pupils’
self esteemand well being and develop a respect for others in order to ensure that all participants feel valued and work to maintain high standards.
- Welcome and encourage parents to take part in all aspects of school life and an active part in their own child’s education.
- Be an integral part of the local community in order that participants can appreciate the work of the school and its development.