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PPAT Vision & Values

At PPAT Staff and Governors will provide the highest academic standards in a safe and caring environment.  We develop a love of learning to last our children throughout their lives.  Our exciting curriculum and extra-curricular activities broaden our children's horizons, giving them a greater sense of themselves and the importance of others as individuals.

We are committed to a strong partnership between home and school, secondary schools, the local community and industry in order to become centres of excellence.  Such excellence not only applies to academic studies, but also sporting and creative pursuits and the recruitment of high quality staff at all levels.

Our children are known for their high standards of behaviour and their sense of citizenship within the community and in modern Britain.

Our Key Values and Aims are to: 

  • Ensure outstanding teaching alongside a culture of high expectations and high attainment, where all individuals (children and staff) are able to reach their full potential, and take pride in their achievements.
  • Create a safe and stimulating environment, providing lifelong learning experiences which meet individual needs.
  • Promote and develop spiritual, moral and cultural growth.
  • Provide good examples that children will use as a reference for positive behaviour.
  • Encourage all to care for and respect themselves, the local community and others.

Schools within our Trust will be recognised for:

  • Children being at the centre of everything we do.
  • Their individual characteristics.
  • Its welcoming, transparent, positive ethos where all are happy and thrive.
  • High academic standards led by excellent staff.
  • Clear succession planning.
  • A holistic education to develop all children’s full potential.
  • Consideration towards others and their needs throughout the world.
  • High quality and stimulating learning environments.

Expectations

Our children:
  • Feel cared for and secure in school.
  • Be proud of their school and their personal contributions to its success.
  • Have good self-esteem and confidence.
  • Be aware of their role in the wider community.
Our staff, trustees and governors:
  • Be recognised for their hard work and commitment to benefit our children.
  • Be known for their honesty, integrity, trust and fairness.
  • Provide clarity and transparency in all that they are involved in.
  • Be "rooted" in the needs of the local community.

'Being the best we can be'

PPAT is proud to be a member of the Confederation of Schools Trust (CST)

This is a national organisation and sector body for School Trusts in England: advocating for, connecting and supporting executive and governance leaders.

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