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Vision and Values

Our Values are clear and lived by all our staff: 

Students First: All staff, governors and parents focused upon the education of all our students. Academic achievement is at the heart of all we do and we are committed to providing students with an exceptional education. 

It’s about Learning: Students, all staff, governors and parents are focused upon developing and improving the learning of students. We provide a high quality curriculum and learning experience so that learning is at the forefront of all our minds.  

No Barriers: We want to remove barriers and offer support, to ensure students, all staff, governors and parents maximise the academic achievement of students whilst enabling them to develop and flourish as well rounded individuals. 

Our values are at the heart of all of our decision making to ensure we provide the very best education and experience for the students at Stoke Park School. 

Equality Objectives 
  1. To narrow the attainment gap, primarily in English and mathematics for socially deprived students, identified as those in receipt of the Pupil Premium so that there is no statistical variation. 

  2. To narrow the progress and attainment gaps made by students identified as having significant barriers to learning including SEND,PP, CLA and EAL as a result any gap is in line with the national average, with a particular focus on year 10 and Post 16 who have been significantly affected by the lockdowns and pandemic. 

  3. To improve attendance and persistent absence rates for all significant groups of students identified as having significant barriers to learning including, SEND, PP, CLA and EAL and as a result, any gap is in line with the national average. 

  4. To provide equality of opportunity through advice and guidance and the teaching and learning experience within the curriculum to ensure that all students are not restricted in their Key Stage 4 and 5 option choices and beyond.  

  5. Advance equality of opportunity between people who share a protected characteristic and those who do not by ensuring that all members of the school community are aware of the protected characteristics listed in the Equality Act. Leaders can demonstrate there is no measurable difference in academic outcomes, bias, discrimination, or prejudice in relation to any of these groups within the school.  

  6. To increase and decisively act upon student voice by ensuring that our student leaders include a fair representation of all students in school, and in this way to foster good relationships in the school between those who have protected characteristics and those who do not.