Whitehill Primary School & Nursery
Developing confidence, ambition and independence through the highest aspirations for all

Vision, ethos and strategic priorities

Vision, Ethos and Mission Aims

Our Vision: Happy, helpful hardworking children will grow into confident, independent and ambitious adults who will thrive, be successful and truly prepared for the future world.
Our Ethos:
Whitehill Primary School is a community where we all work hand in hand with the families to ensure that our children have the very best of starts. We are proud of, celebrate, value and embrace the rich diversity within our school and beyond. We strive to assist every child so that they feel safe, have the confidence and resilience to make and learn from their mistakes and to overcome any difficulties.  We want all of our students to discover the joy of friendships and the joy of learning,  to develop into well rounded individuals who can thrive academically and socially and ultimately contribute positively to the world, succeed throughout life and fulfil their dreams without limits.

The Strategic Priorities 2021 – 2024
To achieve our Strategic Plan, the Local Governing Body have identified 7 strategic priorities to focus efforts and attention and to drive continuous improvement. The 7 strategic priorities are:
1.Inspire all to be confident, ambitious and independent through excellent teaching, learning, curriculum and enrichment.
2.For all to achieve the highest standards of personal development: mutual respect and tolerance; resilience; an understanding of what it is to be a good citizen.
3.For attainment and all learning to be above the national average with all children making excellent progress.
4.To create a safe, engaging and supportive learning environment.
5.Develop and sustain a workplace culture based on trust, civility and professional respect that supports strong engagement and growth in all staff
6.To be the school of choice for local families and recognised for celebrating difference, promoting inclusion and challenging prejudice whilst engaging in strong partnerships with the community.
7.To have efficient and effective financial controls to allow us to focus on developing sustainable future provision.