We show righteous indignation when pupils do not achieve their full potential.

We agree with Dylan Wiliam who said:

‘Education has always been important, but it has never been as important as it is now.’

Dylan Wiliam

It is so important to pupils and their families, that we keep this the central focus of all we do. We want our pupils to love learning and achieve highly. We know that achieving high academic standards will help shape all our pupils lives as they grow older.

Achieving well in school is such a key indicator for future success and well-being, including emotional well-being. Higher levels of education are associated with better health, longer lives and for the benefit of wider society. We know that higher levels of education are also needed in the workplace.


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