Children are at the heart of what we do. Through an exciting and dynamic curriculum tailored to individual needs, we challenge children to believe in themselves so they begin their life-long journey of learning, discovery and success.
Queen Margaret Primary School is a dynamic and exciting school that caters for the needs of all its children, where each and every child is at the heart of what we do. We work hard to discern the abilities and needs of each individual child and then provide for them developing the whole child academically and socially on their journey of discovery and learning. We develop confident learners who believe in themselves and have the confidence to succeed. We are passionate about their learning.
One of the most important challenges facing our children is succeeding in a rapidly changing world as adults in a future we can only imagine. To do this all children should enjoy learning, be actively engaged in it and be motivated to be the best they can be with families a central part of that process. Children should experience success, know what that looks and feels like, make consistent progress and have the foundations in place to become life-long learners when they leave primary school.
For children this is summarised as:
Believe in yourselves. Have the courage to succeed...everything is possible.
Values-based learning underpins our curriculum. By teaching the children about values such as caring, community, forgiveness, empathy and hope alongside the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of the law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs we not only create a learning environment where children’s social and relationship skills are further developed, but one that allows them to participate fully in and contribute positively to life in modern Britain. In turn this leads to increased academic attainment. Each term the children have a new value which is closely linked to their PHSE curriculum, R.E. and creative thematic learning. There is a clear progression of values throughout the school, closely linked to the age of the children. We believe it helps promote effective learning, and underpins the continuous improvement of personal, social, moral and economic wellbeing.