Our Vision

Our vision for Hayes Park

With perseverance, respect and tolerance, striving for excellence and in partnership with teachers, pupils, families and the wider community, we will be prepared for life-long learning.

An inclusive community of children and adults:

  • Committed to excellence and life-long learning;
  • Working in a caring and secure environment;
  • Achieving success through support and challenge.

     

    Teaching for Learning:

    A curriculum that provides:

  • A broad, balanced and creative curriculum for all;
  • High quality, reflective teaching for learning;
  • A commitment to raising the achievement of every pupil;
  • Opportunities for pupils to take responsibility for their own learning.

    Supporting Learning:

    A learning environment that is:

  • Safe and secure;
  • Clean, tidy and well maintained;
  • Being continuously developed;
  • A positive context for learning;
  • Enhanced by appropriate ICT.
  • Learning for All:

    A school where all pupils enjoy and achieve by:

  • Being taught using a wide variety of fully inclusive strategies;
  • Having their particular additional needs addressed on a personal level, (in partnership with parents);
  • Receiving appropriate support from specialist staff;
  • Being in a supportive environment based on mutual respect and children taking responsibility for their own behaviour.
  • Extending Learning:

    An extended school that provides:

  • A partnership with parents/carers to raise pupil achievement;
  • A varied menu of activities beyond school hours;
  • Access to affordable childcare before and after school;
  • High quality training and development for all staff;
  • Coaching opportunities for all.
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    The School

    Hayes Park is a Foundation School located within the London

    Borough of Hillingdon. We are a co-educational day school with

    Nursery, Infant and Junior departments.

    Background

    In September, 1999, we became a Foundation School. This status

    enables the Governing Body to establish the long-term aims of the

    school, appoint high-quality staff and manage the budget

    accordingly.

    Governors, staff and parents/carers work together to ensure that

    the quality of education provided for the children in our care is of

    the highest order.

    The Clerk to the Governing Body may be contacted through the

    school office.