All parents see the education of their children as one of the most important parts of their lives and here, at Heather Garth Primary School, we feel exactly the same.
The website gives an overview of the education and experiences we offer. It cannot give a full picture but we hope that it will give you an insight into our work, our values and our aims for all members of our school community.
At Heather Garth we aspire to have an educational community that:
Ensures all learners are inspired and motivated to learn, improve and achieve success through opportunity, praise and choice.
Builds positive relationships through empathy, honesty, trust, respect and genuine care for each other.
Promotes a sense of security, ownership, pride and responsibility.
Works together through positive community partnerships.
We believe that our aims and values can be most effectively fulfilled through a close partnership between home and school and we hope that the website will give you an insight into our school community.
We value our open, friendly environment, Heather Garth is a successful school of which we are all very proud. The staff and governors are a committed, enthusiastic team which is continually developing and improving the education we offer children. We welcome comments and ideas from pupils and parents/carers on all aspects of school life.
We want every child’s time at our school to be happy, exciting and educational. We believe that learning should be fun and that by encouraging respect for each other and valuing the opportunities available, we all grow and learn together.
To be an academy that is striving to achieve outstanding - for our children.
Where every child exceeds or at least reaches their potential - by being immersed in a stimulating learning environment.
Supported by a team of professionals who work collaboratively to care not only for the children’s education and preparing them for life-long learning, but their personal development and well-being.
A place where all differences are celebrated, and children are happy and safe with a sense of belonging. They are surrounded by a supportive community of parents/carers and extended families, who are effectively included in their child’s learning and development.