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Newhall Community Junior School
Chesterfield Avenue, Swadlincote,DE11 0TR
01283 217472

Our mission is to give each child the opportunity to develop to their full potential through a broad and balanced curriculum. To develop lively enquiring minds, and to have an understanding and appreciation of their place in today's society. To develop the wholeness of every child, and to enable them to make informed caring decisions and an appreciation of their uniqueness as an individual.

We aim to achieve this by fostering a caring family environment. An environment in which children feel safe, secure and confident. Children learn through first hand experiences, making choices and sharing responsibilities. It is the role of all staff to provide the support and care necessary to achieve this.

If you have any suggestions for our site, please contact our website co-ordinator, Mr J Russell, using the 'info' link at the page foot.

Our Objectives

We believe that the effective learning process actively involves the pupils, is clearly structured, recognises the experience of pupils, allows for individual differences, is relevant to the children and allows for a clear progression between phases of schooling. In support of this, we seek:

  • To recognise and meet the needs of our members, provide a caring environment, establish a place of enjoyment, provide stimulation and challenge, ensure breadth, balance and relevance in experience, and relate to other groups in the community.


  • To establish a good communicating partnership between parents and school, so that children can understand that we work together to a common aim. To break down barriers and negative attitudes towards education.


  • To establish codes of behaviour that the children understand, and that the parents appreciate as being both necessary and acceptable. Encouraging the understanding and support of parents in establishing these codes of conduct and the introduction of appropriate rewards and sanctions to reinforce good behaviour.


  • To ensure equal opportunities and experiences for all children in our school.


  • To provide an environment which fosters the children's development of moral, social and cultural values.


  • To provide an appropriate curriculum in which each child can develop at his/her own speed with continuity and progression through differentiation. Where opportunities and experiences are carefully planned, prepared and changed regularly.


  • To establish an appropriate method of assessing children's achievements and involving the children and parents in the assessment procedure.


  • To develop a stimulating working environment, where children's work is appreciated and displayed to its full potential.


  • To have classrooms organised in such a way that children can make decisions about the equipment and resources they need, to find it themselves and to encourage independence.


  • To establish an identification process by which children with individual needs are identified, and programmes of work developed to meet their individual needs.

Our Aims

Our Aims


We believe that parents, teachers and non-teaching staff are part of a team, who, working together with trust and understanding, have the following aims for the children in mind:

  • To develop a wide range of skills in reading, use of language, mathematics, environmental studies, creative and physical activities.


  • To further socialisation - confidence, self-reliance, caring, understanding, respect and helpfulness.


  • To develop good study habits - self-discipline, perseverance and pride.

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