We believe in the potential of every child so all the children are given the opportunity to develop the capacity to surprise themselves and those around them.
At Pluckley Church of England Primary School we recognise that every child is a competent learner who can be resilient, capable, confident and self-assured. We know that children develop in individual ways and at varying rates. Children’s attitudes and dispositions to learning are influenced by their school and home environments and we begin to build strong links with the families. We observe how each child learns to gain an understanding of the characteristics they develop to become effective learners. We use questioning, praise and encouragement to develop a positive attitude to learning and high self-esteem.
During their first year at school, the children are introduced to learning habits. They are taught to be observant, investigative, curious, determined, imaginative, adventurous, co-operative and to use reasoning. Children begin to understand that everyone can learn with practice and effort. The children are taught how to learn and how to become successful learners.