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Gaynes School Language College
Brackendale Gardens, RM14 3UX, UK Upminster
+44 (0)1708 502900



To promote a continuous improvement
in student achievement and community partnership .


Gaynes School promotes excellence in all that it does within a well-disciplined, caring atmosphere where traditional standards are valued.
Students' individual talents and interests are encouraged and developed
through a wide range of extra-curricular activities, whilst their personal qualities
and self-esteem are nurtured at every opportunity.
We encourage students to become well-balanced, interesting
people who are a pleasure to meet and know.
In striving for academic excellence and by developing their character
through challenges, interpersonal skills and broad interests,
our students ensure that they maximise their potential
and are attractive to universities, colleges and employers.

STRATEGIC AIMS 2004 – 2006

Improve Work Ethic of School Community
Accommodation Review & Strategy
Raise and Improve Expectations
Health and Safety Plan Developed
Review Curriculum Systems & Procedures
Healthy Schools Initiative Implemented
Review Day to Day Systems & Procedures

Target Setting and Mentoring Implemented
Whole School Self-Review Developed
ICT Strategy Implemented (OFSTED)
Identify Basic Needs Departmentally
Sharing Good Practice
Quality Assurance Systems Implemented
Endeavour to Meet Pupils' Individual needs
Identify Developmental Needs Departmentally
Meet Statutory Requirements (OFSTED)
Departmental Monitoring Systems Reviewed
Identify Personal & Professional Development needs

Assessment for Learning Developed (OFSTED)
Develop on-line and Independent Learning
Audit and Review Learning Resources


SCHOOL AIMS 2001 - 2005

SA1: To raise standards of achievement in Modern Foreign Languages through the increased quality of teaching and learning;

SA2: To extend curriculum opportunities in Modern Foreign Languages through

a. Diversification,
b. International Opportunities,
c. Technological Enrichment;

SA3: To increase the take up and interest in Modern Foreign Languages courses at both:

a. Key Stage 3,
b. Key stage 4;

COMMUNITY AIMS 2001 - 2005

CA 1. To provide high quality learning opportunities in Modern Foreign Languages in the community through the sharing of specialist facilities and resources with:

a. schools and colleges,
b. organisations and individuals,
c. commerce,
d. industry;

CA 2. To increase the take up and interest in Modern Foreign Languages in the partner group of schools and organisations;

CA 3. To develop and disseminate good practice to share with:

a. other schools, including non-specialist secondary schools,
b. colleges and community organisations,
c. industry and commerce;

CA 4. To prepare all members of the community for full participation in the evolution of the European Community, whether as participants in industry and commerce, or as visitors, through curricular and extra-curricular activities.


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