We aim for outstanding outcomes for everyone in our school community, believing that every child should have access to an exceptional education.
Our three core values Excite, Explore, Excel are interwoven into everything we do. They not only drive our attitude to learning but are the foundation of our curriculum; E3L for Excite, Explore, Excel Learning.
These values epitomise how we want to engage and enthuse learners, capturing their imagination so that they make the best progress they can during their time with us.
Why choose us?
Our thematic curriculum has a high focus on literacy, enabling them to access a broad and balanced curriculum that develops the skills, knowledge and qualities needed to flourish in learning and life.
The learning experiences are as authentic and purposeful as possible with high quality outcomes expected.
From creating experiences and a curriculum that ‘excites’ and motivates both staff to teach and pupils to learn, to ensuring that pupils and staff have the skills needed to confidently and successfully ‘explore’ and learn new things, arousing curiosity and asking pertinent questions that allow for a successful learning culture where pupils and staff ‘excel’.
Our carefully crafted digital framework provides a structure for staff to deliver key digital skills to support pupils’ learning and offers progression from EYFS to Secondary, ensuring our learners are ready for an increasingly digital world and workplace.
We are also committed to harnessing technology for streamlining school processes, reducing workload and making data more easily accessible for staff.
We believe that all children should have access to a whole education where they have opportunities to experience and appreciate moments that will stay with them for a lifetime. Our E3L curriculum is designed to facilitate these experiences and encourage the appreciation and knowledge that enhances life experiences.
We believe that all pupils should have access to a whole curriculum and although we focus on key literacy, mathematical and scientific skills we also want our pupils to celebrate the joy that a broad curriculum can bring and expand horizons.
We want to ensure that all pupils leave with an appreciation of a range of music, art and dance; and the opportunity to have tried a variety of sports, visual media and creative activities.
We work with our pupils, families and communities to understand how enrichment might be made more engaging, enjoyable and useful for pupils and that activities offered include a range of heritage and cultural options.
Some examples of enrichment activities we offer across the key stages are:
- Theatre School, run in partnership with Birmingham Hippodrome
- Wide variety of Sports Activities
- Music clubs
- Coding Club
- Dance and Drama
- Philosophy 4 Children
- School Council/Student Voice
- Art and Craft Club
- Animation Club
- Debate Mate