NEPS Learning Values

Our approach to learning

Nurturing Values
Enquiring
Purposeful Learning
Sustainability

 

NES Learning Values - New Jan 2020

Nurturing Values

Underpinned by our Learning Values, we develop every child so that they can experience life to the fullest and are ready for the next stage of their education.

Enquiring

With big questions, big ideas and an investigative nature, we allow children to generate their own questions, think critically, forge and develop meaningful connections of the key concepts.

Purposeful Learning

We have an understanding of concepts we want children to know at the end of each year. And we believe in making all learning purposeful by making links, providing context and relevant enrichment.

Sustainability

A considered way of life – caring for the environment and each other is embedded across our curriculum with real-life implications being taught in many areas of the curriculum and addressed via SMSC, British Values and teaching of Unicef Rights.

Creative

Creative

Harmonious

Harmonious

Independent

Independent

Lifelong Learners

Lifelong Learners

Determined

Determined to achieve their best

Respectful & Responsible

Respectful & Responsible

Engaged

Engaged

Nurtured

Nurtured

Behaviours for Learning

Behaviours

Perseverance

Risk-Taking

Problem Solving

Collaborative Learning

Independent Learning

Learning

Thinking

Curiosity

Listening

Confidence

Reflection

Resilience

At North Ealing Primary we inspire and nurture all our children to become aspirational, lifelong learners through an inclusive, ambitious and engaging curriculum.

Worry - A Short Film About Transitioning To Secondary School

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Some of our Year 6 pupils created this film about how our learning values help them to cope with worries and concerns as they approach the move to high school. They show how our imagination can take over so easily and why we need to be resilient.

― Mr N. Mehew

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If ever there is tomorrow when we’re not together.. there is something you must always remember. You are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. But the most important thing is, even if we’re apart.. i’ll always be with you.

― Winnie the Pooh

S.M.S.C

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Policy (SMSC) - We recognise that the personal development of pupils, spiritually, morally, socially and culturally, plays a significant part in their ability to learn and achieve.
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