Skip to content ↓
Ramillies Hall School and Nursery

Ramillies Hall

School & Nursery

School Aims

  • The aims set out below are fundamental to the framing and implementation of our School Development Plan, Policies, Curriculum Development Plan and Schemes of Work. 
  • To develop a school environment in which pupils are respected, valued and treated equally, regardless of gender, race, religion, disability or academic aptitude.
  • To maximise pupils’ achievements by building on each child’s strengths and addressing their weaknesses in a positive and purposeful way.
  • To achieve a balance between independence of thought and initiative on the one hand, and co-operation and teamwork on the other.
  • To develop in pupils a positive attitude towards themselves, with a strong sense of self-respect.  Alongside this, to develop a respect for other people’s ideas, beliefs and property.
  • To meet the individual needs of every child accepted at Ramillies, including special needs, as far as possible, making full use of our specialist expertise.
  • To provide a broad and balanced curriculum which promotes enjoyment in learning, and to ensure that every child accesses the curriculum as widely as possible.
  • To provide a supportive yet challenging environment to stimulate, develop and maintain a lively and enquiring mind.
  • To value application and perseverance in both learning and leisure activities.
  • To develop in pupils a sense of moral values, so that students become responsible members of society.
  • To foster close relationships between school and home.
  • To foster close relationships between school and the local community.
  • To develop positive attitudes towards and concern for the natural world and the environment.
  • To prepare pupils for life beyond Ramillies as confident and responsible members of society with a positive attitude to lifelong learning.