Our Core Values at Chislehurst School for Girls
Our 4 R's
We value positive relationships built on mutual respect, care and kindness
We encourage our students to take responsibility for their own learning, their environment and their behaviour choices
We take restorative approaches to develop empathy and the life-skills of negotiation, co-operation and compromise
We foster independent, aspirational learners who are able to recognise and learn from their mistakes
VISION OF THE SCHOOL
We develop confident, resilient young women with high expectations and a love of learning; enabling them to become global citizens and leaders of tomorrow.
AIMS OF THE SCHOOL
- To develop every students' potential to the full, morally, intellectually and socially.
- To foster a belief in achievable high expectations within a culture of educational excellence.
- To develop self-discipline and respect for the needs of others.
- To provide a safe, caring, co-operative and stimulating learning environment.
- To prepare every student for adult life and to become contributing and self-reliant members of society.
Governors’ Three Year Strategic Commitment 2018-2021
These are our strategic commitment in line with national guidance
Leadership and management
- Governors set ambitious targets for all groups and areas of the school
- Governors ensure a balanced curriculum including enrichment opportunities is delivered
- Governors continue to challenge and support school leaders, building a diverse and relevant range of skills
- Governors continue to ensure outstanding levels of care in safeguarding
- Governors continue to lead the Bromley Schools' Collegiate as an outstanding provider of teacher training
- Governors support collaborative partnerships as a national support school
Teaching, Learning and Assessment
- Governors commit to develop and improve the high quality of teaching, learning and assessment in order to raise achievement
- Governors ensure effective performance management and continuing professional development (CPD), enabling the development and progression of all staff
- Governors ensure the stimulating learning environment continues to be fit for purpose
Personal, Development, Behaviour and Welfare
- Governors ensure attendance and punctuality continue to improve
- Governors ensure all groups of students continue to feel safe and know how to keep themselves safe within well-developed safeguarding procedures
- Governors have high expectations of behaviour and monitor the implementation of policies in order to achieve this
- Governors ensure that the school implements relevant policies to support spiritual, moral, social and careers (SMSC) and personal, social, development (PSD)
- Governors ensure all groups of students continue to improve their rate of progress and attainment from their starting point and in line with ambitious targets
- Governors monitor that transition years make rapid progress e.g. Year 6 into Year 7, Year 11 to Year 12 and Year 13 and beyond
- Governors ensure that the Sixth Form is well led with quality first teaching, learning, assessment and good attendance, leading to good outcomes