Our School Vision (at the end of our rainbow)
Central to our philosophy is that:
“Human potential is without limit if we are motivated and engaged”
Cherishing its historic foundation as a Church of England Voluntary Aided School in the Diocese of Worcester, all at Tardebigge seek to work in partnership to preserve and develop its Christian character. At our school everyone is encouraged to value and nurture mutual respect for each other and the very special world in which we live.
We adopt the church of England’s vision for education that children may experience life in all of its fullness (John 10:10). Wisdom, hope, dignity and community permeate in all that we do at Tardebigge.
Our vision for Tardebigge is to create an efficient and effective learning community with high expectations of its staff, parents and children. We want our school to create an exciting, high quality safe learning environment that meets the needs of all its learners. Our rainbow of opportunity opens up a horizon of hope and aspiration for all children. Tardebigge aims to include all children in a wealth of experiences that will enable them to become responsible, trustworthy, confident members of society.
We want each child, each member of staff and each parent and carer to feel happy and valued within a caring Christian community. We all strive for excellence and to improve on our previous best.
All our children, staff and parents are unique. Every child matters to God. We believe that everyone is capable to achieve and we promote this through our growth mindset culture. This is one of hope and where aspirations are developed. Children are nurtured to cope wisely when aspects of life go wrong.
The School Mission Statement (how we will climb the rainbow)
"We believe that potential is without limit so it is important that we provide quality opportunities to engage and motivate all learners at Tardebigge. Tardebigge School is committed to striving continuously to raise achievement and personal best.”
Tardebigge seeks to provide a ‘hands on’ learning experience in which children feel exceptionally safe. We strive to make the curriculum personal and exciting for all our learners. High standards will be pursued in the core skills of English, Maths, Science, Information Technology and Computing and Religious Education. With the help of extended schools, we will offer enriched opportunities for each learner to develop interest and skills in Music, Art, Drama and Sport.
As a Church of England school we celebrate everyone’s uniqueness in the sight of God. We aim to create an atmosphere of serving God in others and to provide a Christian ethos that permeates throughout the whole school, including opportunities to worship together and experience awe and wonder.