Our vision and values
Our school mission statement
At Warden House, we strive to make learning "irresistible for all".
Our values underpin all aspects of school life. Children are taught to be positive in their learning; to understand the importance of being good partners; to be independent in their learning and be determined when always striving for their best. Children are taught to be responsible members of the school community and then society and ultimately successful in their studies.
Our values are fully embedded into all aspects of school life in a range of ways. They are also incorporated into part of a visual image known as our learning model which is displayed around the school and on our website and social media.
Our Learning Model
Our learning model integrates our six vision words with Bloom's taxonomy. It has been designed to provide all staff and children with a guide and point of reference so as to ensure that our key values are embedded in our day to day work in class. By referring to the keywords from Bloom's Taxonomy, it ensures that all children are given regular opportunities to develop a range of critical thinking skills as they progress through the curriculum.
Teachers refer to the learning model at the start of each lesson and ensure that children understand how to apply our school values to their work in class. Teachers ensure that sequences of learning are carefully planned so that children have regular opportunities to be immersed in the six terms from Bloom's taxonomy and apply these independently.
Our values are also closely linked to our three school rules:
Be kind, be safe and be your best. They cover every aspect of behaviour during day to day life in school and are by their very nature easy for all children to recall and use.