Sarah Bonnell School
Newham, United Kingdom
About Sarah Bonnell School
Sarah Bonnell is a successful, oversubscribed comprehensive school providing a quality education for young women, with traditions dating back 239 years. We are a vibrant, multi-ethnic community where everyone, students, teachers and resource staff are expected to fulfil their potential. We offer a well-ordered, exciting and supportive environment for students and staff. Our status as a successful Language College enhances the learning opportunities of our students. The school is currently coming to the end of its BSF renewal programme which will provide students and staff with exciting new learning opportunities.
Aims of the School
At Sarah Bonnell we aim to provide a broad, challenging and inclusive education for life, in a secure and happy environment. We will strive to equip our students with the confidence, skills and understanding they need to make a positive and informed contribution to society, as independent, self motivated and successful women.
In promoting ‘Learning for Life' and high achievement we aim to:
Foster social cohesion by developing proud, polite, well-behaved, confident and tolerant citizens of Britain who have a strong sense of loyalty, belonging, respect, and the ability to care and have empathy for others.
Develop the physical, intellectual, creative and emotional intelligences of each member of our school community - regardless of academic and physical ability, religion, sexual orientation, race and gender.
Encourage our students to lead a healthy lifestyle, extend their horizons, broaden their knowledge and be active participants in their own learning, by providing the challenge and support necessary to ensure all reach their full potential.
Be recognized as a centre of excellence for teaching and learning in World Languages, and to create a climate of professionalism, research and innovation that promotes these high standards across the wider curriculum.
Develop strong links and foster good relationships with parents, carers and other members of the local community. Use our Language College status to support us in developing partnerships, both at home and internationally, in recognition that our joint resources and experiences can be of mutual benefit.