Learning Today For Tomorrow's World
Penwortham is a dynamic, harmonious and values led school. Our values support our children to be happy and self-confident individuals with strong morals and a ‘can do’ attitude. Our pupils are encouraged to respect the rights of others, aspire for success, aim for excellence and achieve their full potential.
Article 28: Every child has the right to an education
Our vision is for Penwortham to be an excellent school, where outstanding practice, equality and well-being are at the heart of all that we do.
Our Mission Statement
We aim to:
Create an exciting, inspiring and nurturing environment that our pupils want to come to every day.
Be uncompromising in our aspirations for our pupils by creating strong foundations for future success.
Have a strong reputation for success in the academic curriculum as well as the creative, expressive arts and sport.
Be recognised as an outstanding and unique school
Provide a safe environment where our pupils have a voice, high self-esteem and good mental health.
Ensure all pupils are treated fairly and are provided with the opportunities they need to be successful.
We treat each other with respect and kindness by valuing and accepting our differences.
We nurture our pupils’ talents, so that they can be the best that they can be.
We create opportunities within the curriculum for our pupils to be original, imaginative, innovative and creative.
We support each other in our learning and celebrate and share in one another’s success, by being kind, helpful and caring.
We want our pupils to fulfil their potential and be successful in all that they do.
‘If you can dream it, you can do it’ ~ Walt Disney
Treat everyone as you would want to be treated and enable everyone to achieve their potential.
Excellence is the standard. High expectations are non-negotiable, so we always try our best.
We help our pupils to be honest, confident to take risks, overcome their doubts and fears and not be afraid to make mistakes.
Our values are supported by British values of democracy, tolerance, rule of law, community, respect and individual liberty.