At Bishopton we believe it is imperative to have a clear, long term school vision that outlines what we believe is important and gives clarity and focus to whole school long term improvement for our whole school community.
The 4 main aims and beliefs of our whole school strategic vision development plan are:
- Developing staff
- Aiming for excellence
- A ‘whole’istic approach
- Investing in futures and life beyond Bishopton
These four areas are all underpinned by the four key areas of the Ofsted framework:
- Quality of Education
- Behaviour and Attitudes
- Personal Development
- Leadership and Management
At Bishopton, we believe in developing and nurturing the ‘whole’ child and we aim to develop the social, emotional, behavioural and academic needs of each student who attends to allow them to have a successful future.
We aim for all learners who attend our school to receive a broad, balanced and personalised curriculum that enables them to make rapid and sustained progress and to make a positive transition to their next stage of education, training or employment.
We believe in giving all pupils a fresh start and our fundamental aim is always to provide our learners with the opportunities to return to mainstream education, if appropriate. If this isn’t possible, we will ensure that we provide all of our pupils with the equality of opportunity which their mainstream peers are entitled to.
If you would like to find out more, please arrange to speak with Mrs Emily Carr or Mrs Rachel Campbell.