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Aloeric Primary School
St Michaels Road, Wiltshire,SN12 6HN
01225 702563

Aloeric Primary School

At Aloeric, we aim:

• to offer a broad and balanced curriculum and to promote enjoyment of learning within a happy and safe environment;

• to enable children to maximise their skills in literacy and numeracy;

• to motivate each individual to learn, progress and to realise their full potential;

• to support the aesthetic, creative, emotional, intellectual, physical, social and spiritual development in children;

• to enable children to become responsible, independent learners;

• to ensure that all children experience maximum success and learn to value failure;

• to develop an awareness of physical and mental health;

• to provide a safe environment, and ensure learners are informed about risks to their safety and how to deal with them;

• to develop self-confidence in learners and enable them to deal successfully with significant life changes and challenges;

• to encourage self-respect and self discipline;

• to enable each child to develop good social relationships and a considerate and caring attitude;

• to develop a school community which affords equal value to all its members, and encourages mutual respect, honesty, and concern for others irrespective of gender, race, disability or academic achievement;

to develop responsibility, care and concern for the immediate and wider environment.

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