Broadoak Primary School

Our School Mission Statement

'Working together to achieve our best'

We know the importance of working in collaboration with all stakeholders in order for us to provide and achieve the best for the children.

Our School Vision

By working together, with parents, to achieve our best, we enable all our children to reach their full potential.  We work hard to ensure that every pupil develops as a happy and successful child.  We value and celebrate all of their achievements. Our aim is for all our pupils to become considerate, enquiring and self-confident young people.

We provide a safe environment where our children can be themselves and who celebrate each other’s uniqueness and differences, who uphold fundamental British Values and embody our Broadoak Character Values.

We provide our children with a connected and progressive, broad and balanced ‘Backpack for Life’ curriculum. It is exciting and challenging and develops all children academically and personally. 

We instill in our children a life-long love of learning and develop within them knowledge and skills needed to ensure they are fully prepared for life in modern Britain. 



I am happy.  I am a Broadoak child.

The school and my parents work together to help me achieve my best. They guide me and show me how to work and play positively with my friends. I show respect, at all times, by being polite, kind  and considerate. I am accepting of peoples' differences and know we are all special and unique. I strive for excellence and work hard to achieve my goals.   It is important to me to celebrate both my success and the success of others. I learn from excellent teachers in an exciting environment that prepares me with a backpack of skills for life. I have an enquiring mind and am fascinated by the world around me.   I have a love of learning that will carry on as I grow.

I am happy and proud to be a Broadoak child.

To meet our vision, the school is committed to the following strategies:

 We will nurture a life-long love of learning.

We will have a stimulating, broad and balanced curriculum that enables the children to know more and remember more and is based on accurate and informed assessments.

We develop the whole child ensuring they know how to form positive relationships, know various ways to keep themselves safe - preparing them for life.

To promote Fundamental British Values and key character values within our curriculum.

We will have a high calibre team who share the school's vision and values.

We will have highly effective and transparent communication networks.

We will use innovative technology and resources to support and extend purposeful learning opportunities.

We will ensure high standards of attainment and progress for all pupils.

Our School Values:

Broadoak Backpack Character Values

Values help to build character and shape the mindsets and behaviour of our children now and in their future life. So, their importance is not underestimated. We endeavor to create confident, kind, happy and resilient students that are fully prepared for their life ahead both in future education and employment through their attitude and attributes.

We have 20 values - chosen by staff, governors, parents and children. 

  • Respect
  • Perseverance
  • Ambition
  • Happiness
  • Kindness
  • Love
  • Honesty
  • Co-operation
  • Empathy
  • Courage
  • Resilience
  • Determination
  • Enthusiasm
  • Peacefulness
  • Creativity
  • Acceptance
  • Gratitude
  • Humour
  • Optimism
  • Confidence

Each fortnight, we focus on a different value and our values are embedded within our curriculum.  At Broadoak, we are committed to actively promoting British values, which complement our own vision and values. This forms part of our wider work in school with children in relation to their Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural education (SMSC). At the heart of these values, lie good relationships in which teachers and students work together towards common goals.

  • Fundamental British Values:
  • The Rule of Law
  • Democracy
  • Individual Liberty 
  • Mutual Respect and Tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.

Embedding our school values and British Values in day-to-day life can help shape each pupil’s understanding of the world. Everyday activities that focus on developing character and values will embed them as an underpinning part of pupils’ lives.