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About Easingwold Vision and Values

Easingwold School Vision

‘Easingwold School is an 11-18 comprehensive school, which proudly serves the needs of its local community.  It provides a largely academic sixth form curriculum as well as structured opportunities for both students and staff to enrich and develop their skills and qualifications.’

 

Inspire – We are determined to inspire our pupils to be motivated independent learners with a strong desire to succeed in all areas of life

Challenge – We are determined to challenge our students to have high expectations of themselves and what they can achieve as learners and young people

Support   - We will endeavour to support and guide all students so that they fulfil their academic and personal potential

 

                   Easingwold School Values:

Our overarching aim is to inspire, challenge and support young people in order to help them succeed now and in the future. We are committed to making our school a welcoming and purposeful place where all people feel safe, valued and able to achieve their best. These are the values which Easingwold seeks to promote and uphold in all aspects of school life. These values were chosen by the students at Easingwold School and encapsulate our ethos and vision for their experiences at school and beyond.

Respect for ourselves and each other

Ambition to achieve our best

Creativity in our thinking

Responsibility for our actions

Honesty with ourselves and others

 

Our values are underpinned by the British values that are fundamental to the British way of life. Our ethos and culture promotes the values of

  • democracy

  • the rule of law

  •  individual liberty

  • a mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.

These key values form a significant part of our SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development) programme and are also embedded within the curriculum alongside the school values. The school focuses on promoting these important values through assemblies, form activities within the vertical form tutoring system and with support from external agencies and visiting speakers and enrichment activities.