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Toreagh Primary School, Larne



We believe that all the members of our school community are unique and special individuals.  Our school will nurture everyone in their life-long journey to achieve their full and unique potential.  The members of our school will be empowered to take ownership of their role as citizens of the local and global communities.  We will celebrate self-worth, appreciate individual talents and achievements, and strive to understand and empathise with others.  We will demonstrate respect for all. 

Our aim is that all children have the right to a broad, balanced and relevant education which provides continuity and progression, considering individual differences.

In our school we will:

  • maintain high expectations for all
  • cater for the needs of individual children, regardless of sex, ethnicity or social standing, including the most able and those who are experiencing learning difficulties
  • facilitate children’s acquisition of knowledge, skills and qualities which will help them to develop intellectually, emotionally, socially, physically, morally and aesthetically, so they may become independent, responsible, useful, thinking, confident and considerate members of the community
  • create and maintain an exciting and stimulating learning environment
  • ensure that each child’s education has continuity, progression and is differentiated accordingly
  • strive to provide curricular balance
  • ensure that health and well-being of staff is a priority
  • ensure that all members of staff are involved in leadership
  • continually monitor and evaluate the quality of teaching and learning to identify appropriate priorities for development
  • recognise the crucial role which parents play in their children’s education and make every effort to encourage parental involvement in the educational process
  • treat everyone in a dignified and respectful way

In our school children will:

  • learn to be adaptable, solve problems, work independently and as a member of a team
  • develop the ability to make reasoned judgements and choices
  • be happy and well- balanced
  • be enthusiastic and eager to do their best
  • begin to acquire morals and behaviour based on honesty, sincerity and responsibility
  • be expected to behave in a dignified and acceptable way and to learn to become responsible for their actions
  • care for and take pride in their school
  • be developing tolerance, respect and empathy
  • know how to think and solve problems mathematically in a variety of situations
  • be able to listen and read for a variety of purposes and be able to convey their meaning accurately and appropriately through speech and writing for a variety of purposes
  • have the opportunity to solve problems using technology
  • be confident and competent in the use of ICT and know how to stay safe
  • be able to communicate, develop creativity and demonstrate  inventiveness through various art forms including art/design, music, drama
  • know about the local environment and be aware of times and places
  • be able to recognise links among family, local, national and international events
  • have some knowledge of the beliefs of the major world religions
  • be developing agility, physical co-ordination and confidence in and through movement
  • know how to apply the basic principles of health, hygiene and safety