Vision and ethos

Children learn what they live

  • If a child lives with criticism she learns to condemn.
  • If a child lives with hostility he learns to fight.
  • If a child lives with ridicule she learns to be shy,
  • If a child lives with shame he learns to feel guilt,
  • If a child lives with tolerance she learns to be patient,
  • If a child lives with encouragement he learns confidence,
  • If a child lives with praise she learns to appreciate,
  • If a child lives with fairness he learns justice,
  • If a child lives with security she learns to have faith,
  • If a child lives with approval he learns to like himself,
  • If a child lives with acceptance and friendship
  • He or she learns to find love in the world.

At Edward Worlledge we will connect with the World globally by:

  • Working well with other schools and other parts of education.
  • Making sure our academy is a real part of the community of Great Yarmouth.
  • Connecting with other schools in Great Yarmouth, the UK and in other countries.
  • Understanding the environment and the importance of looking after it.

At Edward Worlledge we value ourselves by:

  • Learning to feel good and confident about ourselves.
  • Enjoying and achieving all that we can.
  • Leading a healthy lifestyle and staying healthy.
  • Staying safe and understanding how to stay safe.
  • Doing something positive for others now and in the future.
  • Understanding the value of money and saving for the future.

At Edward Worlledge we expect that all of us will:

  • Treat each other with respect.
  • Encourage and celebrate everyone’s talents and achievements.
  • Understand that we all have a responsibility to look after each other.
  • Make sure the academy is a safe and secure place.
  • Try to make sure the academy is the best it can be.

At Edward Worlledge we help everyone to learn by:

  • Giving everyone a fair chance to learn and do their best.
  • Making learning exciting and memorable.
  • Giving everyone the skills to learn for now and for the future.
  • Learning to work together and cooperate.
  • Offering many opportunities to learn outside the classroom.