Our 'Policy for Learning' is a very important one. Our ultimate aim is to be a community of enquiry where we all learn from each other, with each other and on behalf of each other.
Our ultimate outcome - children and adults who are life long powerful learners. We acknowledge the essential purpose of education to be learning - learning to create, to solve problems, think deeply and critically and the care about others and the world around us.
At Christ Church Primary School we keep our eyes firmly fixed on this purpose. And it is our job to create the right kind of learning environment for this purpose.
'Since we cannot know what knowledge will be most needed in the future, it is senseless to try to teach it in advance. Instead we should try to turn out young people who love learning so much, and learn so well that they will be able to learn whatever needs to be learned.
We have high aspirations and expectations for all aspects of school life. Resilience and perseverance are promoted through all aspects of school life, including leadership opportunities. Our children have a significant role to play in organisational elements such as setting up the classroom for learning, morning monitor responsibilities, Breaktime Buddies, Team Reps and the many teams of which they are a part.
Please see out Learning Policy for further information.