Behaviour & Attitudes and Personal Development
To further improve the Personal Development, Behaviour and Attitude of our children, we aim to provide a safe and inclusive learning environment; to provide a curriculum which values individuals, inspires a ‘love of learning’, love of life and which contributes well to pupils’ personal development, behaviour and attitude.
Objectives from our Current School Development Plan include:
- To further develop a curriculum that is ambitious and designed to give all pupils, particularly disadvantaged pupils including pupils with SEND, the knowledge and cultural capital they need to succeed in life.
Behaviour and Attitudes
- To provide an inclusive and safe environment for all through positive behaviour and attitudes
During each academic year our intent is to develop the spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding of each pupil within Oakfield Junior school. Key and special events have been planned to raise awareness and support pupils development in these four areas. For more information on these important areas. Click on the following documents below:
Please click the link here for more information on our policies and statements regarding Personal Development, Behaviour and Attitude.
Spiritual, Moral, Cultural and Social Development
We are delighted to have been awarded the Gold SMSC Quality Mark! The verify identified many strengths in our provision. Highlighted below are some of these strengths. The full report can be read by below.
Strengths of the School’s SMSC development:
Through your self-evaluation and our discussions it is evident that there are numerous SMSC related strengths at Oakfield; the following are a few key examples:
• Inclusion is at the heart of everything Oakfield does. All pupils are encouraged to
develop their skills both in academic terms and in life skills and cultural capital.
• The rich extra-curricular provision from residentials (which are accessible for all) to
visits and visitors, clubs and theme days. The school went all out on the Platinum
Jubilee celebrations while learning a wide range of new skills and engaging with British
values at a deep level.
• The school recognises the importance of diversity in its broadest terms and works hard
to ensure that Oakfield pupils are encouraged to engage with and think deeply about
a range of topics.