Our Vision

Vision Statement

That Worle Community School is a beacon of excellence where learning is key to ensure future success and therefore becomes a first choice for parents and staff in the local community.

To support our vision and for Worle Community School to be an excellent learning community where we inspire all our learners, challenge them to make outstanding progress and enable all to have success we will;

Provide an environment where your child feels happy and safe and where they have access to the right support at the right time through:

  • First choice by Year 6 (numbers)
  • Achievement and Behaviour logs – non negotiables
  • Health and Safety reports
  • Support staff structures – workloads/referrals by staff
  • Complaints
  • Safeguarding updates
  • Students and parent/carer voice
  • Redwing facility

Develop your child as an active learner through a broad and balanced curriculum which inspires them for lifelong learning through:

  • Curriculum model
  • Options uptakes
  • Progress checks
  • Exam results
  • Mapping of student participation – students involved in enrichment & extended school/participating in roles of responsibility

Challenge your child to achieve their best and develop skills that improve their life chances locally, nationally and globally through:

  • Information, Advice and Guidance provision
  • Charter Mark application
  • Destinations data
  • Schemes of Learning
  • Most Able and Talented programme and mapping of participation
  • Student profiles information

Provide your child with high quality teaching from committed and enthusiastic staff which increasingly personalises their learning through:

  • Staffing updates
  • Appraisal process
  • Staff professional development records
  • Monitoring and evaluation of all aspects of teaching and learning
  • Student Voice
  • Teacher voice

Provide your child with access to opportunities that broaden their horizons in a global society through:

  • Number of employers in school
  • Number of organisations working with the school
  • Further Ed/Higher Ed opportunities
  • Mapping of student participation – students involved in enrichment & extended school/participating in roles of responsibility