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Our Mission Statement
At Henry Chadwick our school motto is “Learn to Live.” In all that we do we want to help our pupils develop the necessary skills for this to happen.
We want to create a happy, caring, secure environment in which our children can develop confidence, individuality and good learning habits. We strive to nurture and develop the whole child, preparing each individual for the experiences, opportunities and responsibilities of adult life. In this way each child may have the opportunity to achieve his or her potential.
We believe that Every Child Matters and our aims are being developed with the whole school community.
To provide the school community with the opportunities to develop the skills and knowledge to live a healthy lifestyle
To provide all staff and pupils with the skills, knowledge and awareness to help them to stay safe both in school and in a wider setting
To provide a safe environment, both physically and emotionally, for all members of the school community
To provide a variety of appropriate and enjoyable learning experiences so that pupils have the opportunity to achieve
To provide a range of opportunities for pupils to explore their own learning and develop their interests and abilities
To encourage all pupils to respect the skills and abilities of others as individuals and to seek, recognise and take opportunities offered
To teach pupils to work independently, to be ambitious and strive for improvement
To provide pupils with the opportunity, skills and confidence to make a positive contribution to life within our school and wider community
Vicki has taught at Henry Chadwick School since 2010 and has recently been promoted to headteacher. In her previous role as Assistant Headteacher at the school, she worked as part of a team of local school leaders to monitor and improve provision and outcomes in a cluster of local schools. She is committed to maintaining and developing the nurturing and caring environment that Henry Chadwick offers but is also proud of the high academic standards that it achieves.
Although Vicki has lived locally for many years and has strong links to the community, her childhood was spent in South Africa. She has been extremely keen to bring the enriching sporting and educational experiences that she was exposed to, to the small village school where she is based. She has a particular passion for wild swimming and brings her enjoyment of life into her professional practice.
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