Primary School

Aim High and Fly!

School Vision and Values


School Vision- new for September 2020

Children at Stanbridge will thrive as part of an inclusive environment that establishes their love of learning for life.  Through our effective teaching, informative assessment and high expectations of pupils and staff alike, we will ensure that every child achieves well, whatever their starting point.  Our exciting and challenging curriculum and supportive school community will nurture and celebrate the talents of every child in both academic and creative endeavours, whilst promoting the development of confidence and resilience through encouraging children to “be brave, not perfect” as we prepare them for the next stage of their journey.


School Values- new for September 2020

Ambition – instilling the drive and determination in every child to achieve  

Bravery –  developing the courage to meet challenges and the resilience to persevere

Creativity – inspiring imagination, inventiveness and resourcefulness 

Community – respecting and caring for the world and the diversity of people within it 


Key Area

3 year goals (2019-2022)




  • Clear roles, responsibilities and accountability driving school improvement
  • Clear CPD programme for all members of staff
  • Sustainable and financially secure


Teaching, learning and outcomes



  • KS2 outcomes above national figures
  • High levels of attainment and progress in all year groups
  • Sustainable teaching profile with increasing outstanding practice
  • Sharing best practice within and outside school
  • Cutting edge assessment system embedded



  • Outstanding curriculum intent and implementation based on children’s developmental stages
  • Develop children’s passion for learning
  • Reading, Writing and Maths core skills mastered at every year group
  • Increase outdoor use
  • Increase engagement with the local area
  • Curriculum to be representative of our community locally and globally

Ethos and identity


  • Revisit vision and values
  • Foster ethos for high academic achievement
  • Strengthen the resilience of all learners
  • Revisit house system, logo and class names
  • Weave PSHE through the curriculum effectively

Inclusion and Pupil Premium

  • Teaching assistants becoming specialists in different areas
  • All groups making outstanding progress and closing the gap
  • Social and emotional provision developed
  • Increase independence of children with additional needs


  • Become the school of choice
  • Further develop partnerships with parents though stronger communication tools
  • Run and contribute to community projects
  • Develop website use


  • Full redecoration of school on rolling programme
  • Redevelopment of EYFS and Y1 toilet areas
  • Redevelopment of the library
  • Continuous provision in zones across KS1, including use of outdoor area
  • Transform lunchtimes
  • Resourcing of key curriculum areas to support new curriculum planning