Our Vision


We want each child to be happy, self-confident and fulfilled  as individuals, as members of our school and as citizens of their home communities and the wider world. We want them to know that they are loved and valued and that they have voices which need to be heard and opinions that matter and will be sought. We want them to flourish in an atmosphere which respects and cherishes their uniqueness. We want them to love learning and to know that they are starting out on a journey full of excitement and possibilities which can last all their lives long. 

We want them to find out who they are and what they are worth. Above all we want to make a difference to their lives so that they in turn can make a difference to the world in which they live. It is our privilege to send our children on to the next stage of their learning journey filled with a spirit of adventure, accomplishment and aspiration and the confidence to take actions and become the best that they can be!

Our Aims 

  •  To work in partnership with families and the local and wider communities to fill your children with a sense of belonging and a love of learning.
  • To set up a dialogue with parents/carers from the first day in school to the last so that together we can support your children to excel in their learning.
  • To create a secure environment and make sure that your children learn how to keep themselves safe and healthy, both physically and emotionally.
  • To promote tolerance and understanding and to celebrate differences.
  • To ensure Ormesby Village Infant School is a place where every person knows that he/she is respected and valued and achievements are celebrated.
  • To offer opportunities for your children to think, to listen, and to form ideas and opinions.
  • To give them a forum in which to share those ideas and instil in them the self-confidence to stand up, to speak and to be counted!
  • To embrace the belief that learning opportunities are an entitlement for every child and to provide an inclusive and personalised curriculum which recognises that children have different learning styles and progress at different rates.
  • To deliver an irresistible curriculum so that children can be curious and creative and take responsibility for their own learning.
  • To make every day special for something so that everyone looks forward to the next.