To be an inclusive school and to put into place the practice in all aspects of our work that ensures that all learners are given equality of opportunity and treated fairly.
To promote and achieve high standards for all by providing teaching and learning of the highest quality.
To treat learners as individuals and to differentiate teaching and learning to take account of their individual and special needs encouraging then to achieve their full potential; valuing their endeavours and celebrating their successes.
To provide well for learners’ physical, mental, social, spiritual, moral and cultural needs.
To provide well for learners’ care, health and safety.
To ensure that all learners’ benefit from a rich broad, balanced curriculum presented in an interesting, exciting and imaginative manner with lots of opportunities for first-hand experience, practical work, investigation and learning through play.
To teach basic skills and core subjects well and to give greater emphasis to the foundation subjects and RE especially to the creative aspects including art, poetry, story, dance, music, performance. These will be central to our work.
To make connections between subjects and to apply basic skills across the curriculum.
To enliven and enrich the curriculum by visits, visitors and use of the environment.
To give responsibility to learners and develop their self-confidence.
To make parents and the wider community partners with the school and to involve them in the evaluation of its success.
To strongly encourage consideration and respect for others, good manners, self- esteem, self-control, responsibility and team work.
To provide a positive discipline environment for the children.
To constantly evaluate all aspects of school life, seeking always to improve the service we provide and the standards we achieve.
To build an ethos marked by a welcoming, friendly, bright and lively, happy place where learners feel secure. A place where good behaviour is expected and where learners enjoy growing up.
To make Castle View school a place of enjoyment where success is celebrated.
COVID-19 Policy Addendum
PE and Sports Funding Impact Action Plans
We hold the safeguarding and well-being of our pupils as a priority. Please see our policies and documents below. You can also click here for useful contacts for help and support regarding safeguarding, or visit the Halton Safeguarding website.
The school’s designated person for Safeguarding and Child Protection is Mrs Edwards, and the deputy designated person is Mrs Morgan.
Our school is also part of a project, which is run between Halton Borough Council schools and Cheshire Police. This project called Operation Encompass, https://castleviewprimaryschool.haltonschools.info/wp-content/uploads/2019/04/child-friendly-child-protection-policy-Dec-17-1.pdfhas been designed to provide early reporting of any domestic violence incidents that occur outside school, which might have an impact on a child in school. This is done through a phone call to our school’s Key Adult (Ms Melarangi). This will begin on 4th January 2016. See the document below for more information.
Snapchat – Snapchat map update raises child safety worries. Please see the link here regarding safeguarding information about the app “Snapchat”.
Online safety – The internet often plays a huge part in many young people’s daily activities; allowing them to communicate freely with others and share information with ease via messaging apps, social media and gaming networks. Please click here for advice for parents and children on how to behave online.
Live Streaming – You can now broadcast from anywhere in the world, to anywhere in the world for free using the device in your back pocket (mobile phone). Do you know the difference between live.ly and live.me? Read this leaflet and help keep your child safer online.
Please see below Parental Guidance for parents who want to know about how to keep their children safe on different games consoles and Apple products.
Key Stage 2 results
At Castle View Primary School pupils will follow the National Curriculum. Foundation Stage pupils will follow the EYFS. Please click on the above links for more detailed information. See our Curriculum Year Plans for 2019 – 2020 below.
If a parent requests a paper copy of the information on school’s website please visit our school office.