Our aim is to help prepare all our young people for adulthood and the world of work. Haygrove School's ethos has always been founded on the timeless values of respect and courtesy and we have always encouraged our students to be responsible and confident citizens who are honest and caring.
This year we have brought these values under an overarching theme of 'Character Education' which focuses on nine key character traits that we want to encourage in all our students through the curriculum and also via extra-curricular activities:
Taking ownership of your actions and your behaviour.
Being considerate to the feelings, opinions and property of others.
Being eager to learn and interested in the world.
Asking questions and using you imagination to generate original ideas and answers.
Doing the right thing and having integrity, even when it is difficult.
Showing kindness and a desire to help others.
Coping with change, challenge and adversity.
Thinking about yourself and your experiences in order to improve.
Trusting your abilities, valuing yourself and having the courage to act.
Click here to see our Character Development poster which is displayed in every classroom.
Character development is supported by a belief in the importance of seven key behaviours which make-up 'The Haygrove Way'.
Click here to find out more about The Haygrove Way