Our annual Shared Vision evening was held in school on Wednesday. All stakeholders were represented including; staff, pupils, parents, governors, members from the parish council and others from our school community. The School Council and PTFA were represented.
This year IanThomas, Strategic Director for Derbyshire County Council and our Senior Adviser, Carolyn Brearley also kindly gave up their time to be involved.
It was a wonderful event and was very skilfully led by our Chair of Governors, Sarah Armitage.
We celebrated successes from the previous year before looking at how we can 'stand out' as a school as we look to become an 'outstanding school at the heart of the community.'
We looked at what made us special as a school before looking ahead to what was positive and possible to achieve this year.
There were a number of good ideas including;
1. Using our new technology to enhance teaching and learning.
2. Improving learning environments inside and outside the school.
3. Improve resources across the school ready for inspirational learning.
4. Transform the hall so it is a vibrant, special place and the hub of the school.
This is our fourth Shared Vision session and it is wonderful to see how far we have come as a school since September 2011.
We were also very lucky to have talented artists Anthony Greentree and Lucy Truman who captured the event through drawings which will be brought to life around the school.....watch this space!
A massive thank you to all involved.
Enjoy some pictures below, more to follow.