Royal Wootton Bassett Academy
Wiltshire, United Kingdom
About Royal Wootton Bassett Academy
The ethos of the School is based on mutual respect, support and encouragement to bring out the best in people. We recognise that the quality of learning, teaching and behaviour are inseparable issues and that the vast majority of our pupils act in a sensible and appropriate manner and have a keen desire to learn.
It is important, however, that positive standards of behaviour are promoted to all in a manner which is easily understood to which pupils, parents and staff all subscribe. Good order and discipline are essential to the provision of high standards of education.
There are two underlying principles behind this policy:
1. An acknowledgement that we all have rights, and that with such rights come responsibilities to ourselves, others
and the School.
2. To be part of a community in which we treat others as we would wish to be treated.
Values and Aims at Wootton Bassett School
We believe in . . .
• the pursuit of learning for the academic, spiritual, social, moral, cultural, physical and personal development of
• providing a broad and balanced curriculum, which presents challenging opportunities for all pupils.
• maintaining a caring community, which encourages courteous and considerate behaviour within an effective and
stimulating learning environment.
• valuing pupils equally and celebrating their contributions and achievements.
• the desirability of all pupils taking an increasing responsibility for their own learning, decision making and actions.
• encouraging the contributions of all staff.
• the value of links with the wider community.
• the principles and practice of equal opportunity.
We will seek to . . .
• support and guide pupils in formulating and achieving realistic and appropriate personal development plans.
• achieve a smooth progression through and beyond the various phases of formal education.
• promote activities, which provide interaction between the school, business and the community for the enrichment of
pupils, curriculum and the community itself.
• foster the involvement of parents for the benefit of pupil development.
• support an organisational and management structure that fosters effective curriculum development and delivery,
facilitates communication and involves governors, staff, pupils and parents in the development of the school.
• encourage and guide staff in broadening their perspectives, framing realistic career targets and supporting their
achievement through stated school development plans.
• support all staff in fulfilling their designated roles.
• secure the maximum benefits from the financial resources available to the school.