Aims and Vision
Our shared vision and values are at the core of everything we do at Meath Green. Being proud, honest, resilient, healthy, inspirational; sharing responsibility, happiness, respect and sportsmanship enable us to build a strong school ethos, where every member of the school community strives to be the best they can be. This vision is shared by children, staff, parents and governors. Our values form the basis for everything that we do. They are well embedded throughout the school and are very much part of a common language of good learning and good citizenship. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.
We believe strongly in our children achieving the highest possible standards; not only in their academic work but in their attitude to life and their understanding of their role as future successful citizens in the twenty-first century.
This understanding is developed further when looking at British Values, as making our young people aware of the importance of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs only enhances our own school values.
School values and objectives
What does it mean to succeed?
“Most people see success as being rich and famous or powerful and influential. Others see it as being at the top of their profession and standing out from the rest. The wise see success in a more personal way; they see it as achieving the goals they have set for themselves, and then feeling pride and satisfaction in their accomplishments.
True success is felt in the heart, not measured by money and power. So be true to yourself and achieve the goals you set. For success is reaching those goals and feeling proud of what you have accomplished.” - Tim Tweedie