Vision Statement

Our Mission – our purpose

At Eversley Primary School every learner is entitled to a curriculum rich and varied, challenging and inspiring, which enables every individual to reach their fullest potential to the highest possible standard and allow all pupils to ‘be the best they can be’.

Our Vision – our future

At Eversley Primary School we have high expectations about our roles in the learning process. To achieve this we pride ourselves in providing a vibrant and engaging curriculum which equips our pupils for life and we nurture a learning environment where everyone is treated with respect and in which spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is encouraged.

Our Values – our actions

Statement of Aims

Pupils, all staff, parents, governors and the community have a role to play in achieving our aims:

All pupils at Eversley Primary School have an enjoyment of learning through a broad, balanced and varied curriculum, which inspires, challenges and stimulates a love for learning.

Learning at Eversley Primary School equips all children for life, no matter of their background or ability, with the necessary skills, knowledge and mindsets for a successful future, in:

  • developing a firm foundation in core English and mathematical skills;
  • nurturing positive attitudes towards learning;
  • developing a knowledge of the world around us;
  • developing independence of thought and a knowledge of right and wrong;
  • learning the skills of citizenship and developing tolerance and respect towards one another.

All staff work with all pupils to excel in their learning through appropriate challenge and support, enabling pupils to flourish academically, socially, emotionally, physically, socially and morally.

All pupils endeavour to be the best they can be and develop perseverance and positive attitudes towards achieving their goals.

We develop within our pupils an inquisitive love of learning that encourages children to lead their own learning of discovery and enquire about the world around them.

Policies and schemes of work have been written and agreed with staff and governors to further explain and reflect these broad aims.