We would like to thank all who responded to the consultation regarding the Values and Vision statement for Coleraine Grammar School.
Having carefully considered the feedback, we have amended the Vision statement to take cognisance of the comments made.
Pupils will be given the opportunity to further discuss the Vision Statement through School Council as an outcome of their part in the consultation.
Our vision is a caring, respectful and supportive environment where all pupils and staff feel safe and secure and aspire to excellence in every area
of life, now and in the future.
We undertake to create an inclusive school identity where respectful relationships underpin our efforts to apply effective, restorative, positive behaviour
Provision is Child-centred with our focus on individual improvement, including addressing and removing barriers to learning through
high quality teaching and learning. Pupils will achieve high levels of academic performance, acquire valuable skills and be good
citizens. We aim to support pupils as they develop into independent and self-motivated pupils who have a positive sense of self and belonging,
are provided with the opportunities to develop the necessary skills to make informed decisions about their life choices, to have high aspirations
and be inspired to achieve their potential.
Whole school improvement will be achieved through self-evaluation and effective leadership which, at all levels, listens to and communicates
ideas clearly to the whole school community.
In our school we believe that strong, mutually respectful relationships and a cohesive community are the foundations on which good
learning and teaching can flourish. Our pupils are given a voice in the running of the school and there are strong and effective links between
school, parents, families and local community.