Serious violent incidents remain rare Staff ratings of school ethos were positive and broadly the same as the previous research. We know that the formation of the school council and the active participation of our pupils will sow the seeds for a more sophisticated understanding of democracy in the future.
One of the parents drew attention to this issue when she commented on the problems encountered when decisions had to be made: Each of the school types described here has a central umbrella organisation which looks after their interests.
Approaches to develop this learning environment should also be underpinned by children's rights. A number of teachers and governors commented on the importance of displaying an outward commitment to the teachings of the Catholic Church.
This can be achieved because, as Morris suggests, there is a certain degree of coherence and distinctiveness in the community that such schools serve.
If you talk to the teaching unions they take the view that parent power has run riot as a result of the new relationships in schools. Children's wellbeing is at the heart of Getting it Right for Every Child.
Our hope for our students is that they will graduate as lifelong learners who will make valuable contributions to society both locally and globally. One obvious way which indicates the congruence between the two can be found in the structures of Grant-Maintained-Integrated schools.
In comparing and contrasting the two schools it would seem that ethos is not a static phenomenon. The curriculum is mapped in detail across the whole school. Hornchurch High School is a very positive school, and we embrace the ever- changing nature of education in the 21st Century.
Hence the ethos of integration goes beyond religious harmony to incorporate the integration of other constituencies into the running of the school.
Schools work because individuals follow rules and regulations and adapt their behaviour to fit with others, particularly those who hold positions of power or authority Handy and Aitken, This suggests a certain attachment to the religious values upheld by Catholic schools and a determination that the Catholic religion is carried through the generations.
Part one will examine and analyse some of the existing literature on the concept of ethos. Parents initiated the school, they are willing to take on the responsibility. This will cover teaching and learning as well as the wider curriculum of the school such as participation in after school clubs, leisure and cultural activities or school visits.
It is more accurately viewed as a process, which is characterised by inherent contradictions and inconsistencies. Most young people will join us at the start of Year 7. Discussion and Conclusion This paper has explored school ethos from two theoretical perspectives.
This was also highlighted by data from a recent interim report on integrated education, which cites dissatisfaction with existing schools as an important factor influencing parental demand in the integrated sector Towards a Culture of Tolerance: We have a caring and disciplined family atmosphere.
Within Curriculum for Excellence and General Teaching Council for Scotland standards all staff are expected to be proactive in promoting positive relationships and behaviour in the classroom, playground and the wider school community.
We have the highest of expectations for all members of Iveshead School. Our mission statement is: At Esh Winning Primary we believe that valuing choice and freedom in daily school life will foster a value for individual liberty as the children embark upon their adult lives.
In order to create this environment for effective learning and teaching there should be a shared understanding of wellbeing underpinned by children's rights and a focus on positive relationships across the whole school community.
It is a Catholic ethos, built into the faith of God Our Father and loving others. Religiously balanced enrolment Establishment of a distinctive ethos in which different religious and cultural traditions are equally valued Management structures which encourage the active involvement of parents NICIE, As noted above, the central concern of this paper is to explore how the emergent ethos supports the official ethos of integration.
For a school to embrace a truly distinct and uniform ethos the values and beliefs of those in authority must reflect and reinforce those of individual school members Morris, An organisation, it is argued posesses an ethos which can be changed or borrowed to make it more successful.
Moreover, the effective deliverance of such a system depends on the teachers, governors, parents and pupils who comprise the school environment. The direction and tone of Catholic schools for example is articulated by the Catholic Church hierarchy which sets out the purpose and direction that such schools should take.
On the basis of the data it is argued that much of what we understand of school ethos is superficial and contradictory. Outstanding A-level results - 37% of all grades at A* level, 69% at A*-A and 90% at A*-B Read More; Exceptional GCSE results, with 91% of all grades at either A*-A or 9/8/7 level.
Warren Primary School. Warren Primary School - Welcome to our new school website - Currently under construction. Guidance to help schools set out their policies on charging for school activities and visits. Meopham School is a small rural school with a strong family ethos.
Our mission is academic excellence, delivered through a traditional curriculum. Oundle is a special community of children, parents, teachers, Governors and members of the town.
It is remarkable for the diverse and interesting range of activities and opportunities, and as one of Englandâ€™s three largest boarding schools, Oundleâ€™s credentials are very strong. If you would like any paper copies of our policies, please contact [email protected] or pop into school.
Please find curriculum related policies on the schools curriculum page following this link.School ethos and policies