Vision Statement

A school of confident learners who are eager to discover the world around them, supported by a creative and collaborative curriculum, providing learning experiences that prepare children to live in a rapidly changing world, catering for their personal needs and exciting their thirst for learning.

A school that continues to focus on relationships, in a learning community partnership, where aspirations bring everyone together following the school's golden rules ' to be polite, kind and hardworking'.

The Challenge

In an age of uncertainty and change, children will need to grow into confident and resilient young people, so that they can find their place in a global community.

The Future

The school will continue to put children and learning first in every aspect of school life. In practice, this means that every learning opportunity is tailored to and responsive to the needs of every child and ensuring they make outstanding progress.

Creativity, a core value, is at the heart of all learning experiences; it is a powerful means to enable children to express themselves in all aspects of the curriculum and to take ownership of their learning. The development of essential skills for learning enables pupils to be confident, lifelong learners and to have an understanding of how to keep themselves safe in the real and 'online' world.

The school is constantly reviewing and evolving new approaches to teaching and learning.

Anne Morrell
Headteacher

Beaumont Pedagogy

The Beaumont Child

The Beaumont Team