At Kentmere Academy, every pupil is nurtured and encouraged to fulfil their potential – our aim, to stretch the most able and support the least confident, informs and guides all that we do. We want all our pupils to achieve their best both academically and socially. Alongside this we promote an ethos where every child is valued as an individual, to help them to grow into caring and respectful young people who are able to get on well with each other and make a positive contribution to our community.
Help challenge, coach and collaborate together
Aim high and believe to achieve
Purposeful thinking and linking
Personal reflection for success
You create your own future
The image of the Kentmere Academy and Nursery is the responsibility of every one of its members. Every pupil is an ambassador for the school, especially whilst wearing the Kentmere uniform. We are all judged by the conduct of each individual.
All pupils are expected and required to behave with consideration, courtesy and respect for other members of their class, the school community and the public in general.
There are five Golden Rules. These are of a broad and general nature and apply to many situations. These rules will be referred to regularly during assemblies and reinforce the behaviour which the school values.
Our golden rules are:
1. We are positive, polite and friendly to everyone.
2. We always do our best.
3. We are always considerate and respect others.
4. We look after our belongings and take proper care of school property and equipment.
5. We listen carefully to members of staff and each other and respond appropriately.
Kentmere Academy is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people. We expect all staff, visitors and volunteers to share this commitment. If you have concerns regarding the safeguarding or welfare of any of our pupils, please contact Mrs Debra Gillespie.
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