Arrow Vale is an inclusive school where we work together so that all aim high and achieve their very best. Discovery and innovation are at the heart of all that we do.
Learning for each person at Arrow Vale is significantly enhanced by the strengths of our collaborations through the Central Region Schools Trust and other partnerships. The school is recognised as an outwardly facing learning community, proactive in partnerships locally, nationally, and internationally to ensure we achieve our vision.
As a member of the Central Region Schools trust family, Arrow Vale will work within the family of schools, in the true spirit of collegiality, to secure the best possible education for each and every student at the Arrow Vale. We are committed to:
Realising human capability
Educational improvement and social justice focused especially on narrowing the socio-economic attainment gap, so that we enable all young people to achieve
Whole education, including:
maintaining the value of both skills and knowledge
educating for citizenship and employability
an engaging, relevant curriculum
We strive hard to ensure:
teaching is of the very highest quality.
staff go the extra mile for students at risk of not achieving excellence.
students access a curriculum that is challenging and engaging for all and fosters a strong work ethic.
learning ensures deep knowledge and understanding, flexible skill development and technological capability to communicate, enjoy living and work successfully.
entrepreneurship and innovation are encouraged.
a highly supportive and caring environment.
parents and carers are fundamental partners in ensuring each child’s success.
students fully develop an understanding of their place locally, nationally, and internationally, as British citizens
students have a strong sense of citizenship and empathy for others, and an understanding that the freedom to choose and hold other faiths is protected in law.
that the values of honesty, integrity, respect, and tolerance are tangible.
students distinguish right from wrong and respect the rule of civil and criminal law in England
high personal expectation and maturity are proactively fostered.
students achieve in a wide range of experiences both in and beyond the classroom
that leadership is developed
students respect democracy, and willingly participate in the democratic processes
students have the opportunity to enjoy the arts, sport, leisure, cultural, work-based, and other experiences.
students acquire a broad general knowledge of and respect for the public institutions in England
that quality and endeavour are valued.
personal achievement is celebrated.
students’ self-esteem is paramount.