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School Mission Statement

School Mission Statement:

 Warmsworth Primary School promotes high achievement and learning for life by working with children to:

  • encourage independence and self-confidence;
  • become highly motivated lifelong learners;
  • be flexible and adaptable;
  • develop lively enquiring minds and a spirit of curiosity;
  • have a high self-esteem and to respect themselves, their community, others and the environment;
  • encourage responsibility for their actions;
  • be able to work independently and collaboratively;
  • achieve high standards in all areas of the curriculum;
  • become confident with technology;
  • value and respect other beliefs and cultures;
  • increase their global awareness and understanding of the world;
  • embrace fundamental British values;
  • challenge themselves to do well;
  • develop good social skills;
  • develop self-awareness;
  • support their well-being and self-regulation;
  • unlock their creative potential;
  • manage risk and keep themselves safe;
  • be able to enjoy school and make friends.

We believe that each child will succeed through experiencing quality in:

  • a broad and challenging curriculum;
  • an enriching programme of extra-curricular activities and visits;
  • a stimulating, high quality learning environment;
  • access to cultural experiences and activities;
  • a rich up-to-date range of quality learning resources;
  • innovative teaching and an investigative approach to learning;
  • learning partnership between school, home and the community.

We demonstrate our commitment to working as a learning community by:

  • striving for continuous improvement in all that we do;
  • work collaboratively towards common goals;
  • respecting and listening to the views of everyone;
  • celebrating our achievements with our community


The school fund must be used to:

  • promote the ethos of the school;
  • provide additional support and resources to enhance learning and teaching at the discretion of the Headteacher.  The details of which will be reported to the Finance & Facilities Governors committee and Parent/Carers;
  • support educational visits at the discretion of the Headteacher;
  • provide rewards to children and gifts to individuals, as approved by the Headteacher.

The level of delegated authority to the Headteacher for gifts will be a maximum per gift of £20 and for other purchases from the school fund -  purchases over £1000 shall be reported to the Finance & Facilities Committee.


March 2024

Warmsworth Primary School
An outstanding,
inclusive mainstream school setting
for 3-11 year olds.
Mill Lane,
South Yorkshire
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