Our vision and ethos

Ethos & Values

Belbroughton is a beautiful village and the school thrives in a setting, which has to be seen to be appreciated.  The children have access to a large playing field, nature areas and magnificent rural views.  We have seven classrooms, a large hall/gym, a library and a purpose built nursery, which is used by ‘First Steps’, a private provider.  Belbroughton Church of England Primary School is in the Hagley Pyramid of schools and it is a feeder school for Haybridge High School.

At Belbroughton Church of England Primary School, we have a dedicated and caring staff team committed to enabling every child to achieve his/her best.  This success in school is measured in a variety of ways, and we feel proud that our children are happy, hard working, and polite and achieving their potential measured against the standards of the school and of the National Curriculum. In school we also expect and achieve high standards of behaviour and appearance and from a very young age our pupils are encouraged to become independent, self-disciplined and resilient.

We also encourage the children to make a positive contribution to the school and to our local community in order to encourage good citizenship and caring for the environment.  The children’s contributions, through the ECO Committee, School Council and CREW have been very effective in creating positive change in our school.

Every part of the  learning community of Belbroughton CE Primary School has a shared vision that every child deserves to be successful.  We challenge and develop our children to become independent and curious learners who are inspired and stimulated through a rich and varied curriculum; appropriate to individual needs. We develop children’s learning skills and by setting high expectations and exacting standards, we prepare our children to flourish, have high self-esteem and self belief.

Our Mission:

To open the door to the future.

School Values:

At Belbroughton we are:
And we persevere

We are proud of our school values. The children, parents, governors and staff were all involved in their selection. We encourage children to use them all.