The vision for Romsey Primary School and Nursery is to be incredible in all that we do. The staff and Governors are committed to inspiring, nurturing and challenging every child to be the best that they can. We aim to create an environment that encourages all children to become confident, independent and resilient learners with a passion for discovery.
We want every child to feel happy and secure whilst in our care, so that they can strive to reach their potential. Our children will have a positive self-image and be proud of who they are and what they achieve. Everyone in our school community will play a role in ensuring we are all valued, respected and that we show kindness to one another. We want every child to grow with the knowledge that the adults of Romsey Primary School truly believe in them and their ability to be incredible.
The Romsey family feel is important to us. We actively encourage all our children to play, learn and celebrate together. The wider community is encouraged to play their part in educating the children. Children would see that their contribution to the world outside has a positive impact and they would realise the part they can play in improving society is vital to the future.
Each child will be recognised as an individual, and that their needs will be met through an active, engaging and relevant curriculum. We strive for the school to be a happy, caring place from which all the children will take away special memories that will stay with them forever.
Our curriculum is also designed to develop our key learning values, known as iPowers, which teach life-long and transferable skills for learning. These are: Independence, Perseverance, Open Mindedness, Working Together, Enthusiasm, Reflection & Solving Problems. These learning values permeate across the school and develop a core set of learning behaviours that ensure that children are effective learners. For more information, see below.
The expectations for each learning value change as children move through the school, in order to ensure that they are always ready for their next phase of their education. Learning values are promoted through individual rewards and through regular celebration in assemblies.