Vision, Values and Aims

Penponds Primary School will work with all stakeholders to create a happy, safe and stimulating environment where children become ‘Leaders of their own Learning’, where their rights are realised and respected.  By maintaining high expectations of the whole school community, our children will be equipped to become lifelong learners.  We encourage curiosity about the world, strive to be creative in everything we do and build confidence in our children to enable them to grasp opportunities and tackle challenges with resilience and self-assurance.


Our Vision

Aiming High and Achieving Our Best



To provide an environment and curriculum that stimulates every child’s desire to learn; to teach creatively to inspire children with unique learning experiences; to foster high aspirations and encourage children to be leaders of their own learning; to promote respect and kindness; to nurture and prepare children so they are ready to confidently face future challenges.


The Penponds Promise

The Penponds Promise is a collection of opportunities that the children will experience during their time at our school. The school community of Penponds have agreed that in order for all the children to fulfil their potential they must be given a broad range of exciting opportunities to thrive. That's our promise.


The World - Rights for all children


 Children's Rights as chosen by Penponds Children

Article 12 - Right to a Voice

Article 15 - Right to meet with friends and join clubs

Article 28 - Right to an education

Article 29 - Right to be the best you can be

Article 31 - Right to relax and play.


In Britain - where we live


British Values

Penponds School is committed to serving its community. We recognise the multi-cultural, multi-faith and ever-changing nature of the United Kingdom. We also understand the vital role we have in ensuring that groups or individuals within the school are not subjected to intimidation or radicalisation by those wishing to unduly, or illegally influence them.
The Government emphasises that schools are required to ensure that key 'British Values' are taught in all UK schools. The government set out its definition of British Values in the 2011 Prevent Strategy.
The five British Values are:
The Rule of law
Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs
Mutual Respect
Individual liberty

Our School Values


Specific to Penponds

Curiosity – we are inquisitive learners who love to explore and investigate!

Creativity – we are imaginative and inventive!

Confidence - We have a resilient, ‘can-do’ attitude to learning!

Caring – We are kind and respectful to each other and to our environment


 You can also visit this page on our website for more detailed information.