Children have a voice and genuine say in their learning and in the school
Children are self-regulating – they develop and use strategies that help them evaluate their learning, check their understanding and adjust where they are going
Every child makes progress every day that they are proud of
Teachers’ planning reflects the needs indicated by children
Learners know their current level of achievement and set themselves challenges.
Learner progression is peer assessed and tracked over time.
Relationships are as important as academic outcomes
Digital technologies are integral to all learning, teaching and the organisation as a whole.
There is a whole school approach to Social and Emotional Learning