Posted on 22 Jul 2022
Posted on 22 Jul 2022
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"Successful Students" "Engaged Community"
"Strong and Effective Leadership" "High Performing Staff"
We expect the best for and from both students and staff within our learning community. Our mission is to provide a personalised and happy all round education that enables every student to achieve their life and career aspirations.
We will achieve our mission by:
In pursuit of these aims, the school will combine tradition and modern innovation; encourage a partnership between School and parents; develop the professional capacities of its staff; continue its strong association with the local community and maximise our capacity as one of the leading schools in Cornwall.
Attainment and progress is excellent but it is not just about results. We aim to produce young people fit for the demands of a complex global society. We have a proud tradition in sport, outdoor education, the arts and value community service alongside high achievements. Redruth is happy school where students and teachers enjoy working together. We have a strong ethos based on core values of respect, tolerance and courtesy. We set high standards of behaviour and actively promote self-discipline, self-respect, resilience and responsibility. Through these values our young people gain the confidence to take their place in society and develop the skills and attitudes enabling them to succeed in their chosen paths.
We want to be a school where:
We have a hard working, gifted staff body and a group of governors that work in partnership with parents, carers and the local community to ensure that young people are supported, challenged and inspired to achieve
We have ambitions to be truly world class and invite you to join us in our quest to provide an exceptional education for your children.
At Redruth School, we are dedicated to promoting values which ensure that our students develop a strong sense of social and moral responsibility. We prepare our students for life in modern Britain by developing an understanding of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.
These values underpin the work we do and are promoted at various times throughout the school year, extending beyond the classroom with a wide range of visits and experiences.
As school leaders and governors, we are responsible for providing a curriculum which:
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We provide opportunities for students to be reflective about their own beliefs and perspectives on life, and the extent to which they are the same as and different to others’ faith, feelings and values
We encourage students to show an interest in investigating and offering reasoned views about moral and ethical issues, and appreciate the viewpoints of others
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