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Aims & Ethos


 

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Enduring Aims
  • Provide each pupil with a tailored education, with appropriate independent learning opportunities, within a caring community.
  • Enable each pupil, including the most able, gifted and talented, to maximise their abilities and achieve their personal objectives – academic, artistic, sporting or excellence in other fields.
  • Give all pupils the opportunity to develop their own spiritual understanding.
  • A school where staff are supported, appraised, developed and enjoy working
  • Excellent standard of health, safety and well-being.
  • Buildings and grounds updated, renewed and maintained in first class condition, in the most secure environment possible in a rural campus location.
  • Maximise the school’s environmental and neighbourhood awareness, and minimise its impact
  • Financially sound
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Cultural framework and ethos
  • The welfare of our pupils is our first priority.
  • We place learning at the heart of our community.
  • We are open, honest, inclusive and mutually respectful.
  • We cultivate and operate a spirit of philanthropy.
  • We work in partnership with parents, pupils and staff.
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Bethany School Vision Statement

Bethany 2026 is a school which is:

 

  • Providing an innovative and creative education.
  • Encouraging the virtue of learning in young people.
  • Living our Christian values through excellent pastoral care.
  • A flourishing school investing in the future.
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The Context

Within this context the School aims to provide an innovative and creative education relevant to the 21st century:

 

  • Provide each pupil with a tailored, innovative and relevant education within a caring community.
  • Enable each pupil to maximise their abilities and achieve their personal objectives – academic, artistic, sporting or excellence in other fields.
  • All pupils, including the more able, are appropriately challenged.
  • As far as possible, Information Technology is used to maximum effect in teaching and administration.
  • Investment in the estate and infrastructure is geared to the advancement of the curriculum.
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