Our school curriculum vision 'Planting the Seeds, Growing the Future' is based on the two key principles of:
1. Encouraging better learners. With the help of their teachers, children are able to achieve more and reach higher standards
2. Developing lifelong learners who have the knowledge, skills and learning attributes that enable them to be resilient and adaptable learners. This will enable them to be equipped to deal with whatever challenges our rapidly changing world may hold for them
Everyone has a responsibility at Lawley as either TEACHER or LEARNER and we believe that Discovery Unites Us!
This is our school motto and we recognise that our priorities must reflect our commitment to improve the quality of teaching and learning, and achieving high standards of attainment, progress, self-confidence and independence for all children. Discovery is the process of new learning and we believe this unites the whole school community.
Happiness, Respect, Courage, Friendship and Responsibility are Lawley Primary School Values and they run throughout all learning experiences.
The aim of our values is to support Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development. They are used across learning as support Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development. They are used across learning as ideals, standards or life stances that act as general guides to behaviour or as reference points in ideals, standards or life stances that act as general guides to behaviour or as reference points in all teaching and learning and decision making.
We are clear about the values that we wish to emphasise in our school. These have been adopted as a result of a consultation which involved a wide range of stakeholders, including pupils. The as a result of a consultation which involved a wide range of stakeholders, including pupils. The whole process produced lists of values that are not dependent on race, culture, class or religion. From the extensive lists produced, our five core values were chosen they are displayed in the school hall.
Our Values are vital to the way in which discovery unites us in school; through our CORE, BROAD and ENRICHED curriculum, our families, and the wider community. They are also reflected in a respectful attitude to our physical environment and the other living creatures on our planet.