“To be the best we can be”
I would like to personally welcome you to Sunny Bank Primary School.
Sunny Bank is a proud part of The Island Learning Trust, alongside Halfway Houses and Minster-in-Sheppey, sharing a passion to create a positive and rewarding journey, setting high standards and insisting that Vision for the school is that . The school has been transformed since becoming part of the Island Learning Trust (TILT). With a relentless focus on improving children’s outcomes, so that they can be successful in their future lives, they now have high aspirations and expectations for themselves and their families.
The staff at Sunny Bank are passionate about building a school based on the foundations of success, where our pupils feel safe, happy and secure and can learn and develop skills that enable them to become lifelong learners. This is underpinned by our school vision, values and our Sunny Bank pupil’s character below.
Every staff member, parent and leader strives hard to be the best that we can be to ensure that our children can be the best that they can be.
Sunny Bank Vision, Values and Curriculum Intent
Children at Sunny Bank will develop a GROWTH MINDSET becoming REFLECTIVE life long learners with high ASPIRATIONS. Our carefully sequenced curriculum will provide all of our learners with the BEST EXPERIENCES, the skills that they need to thrive in life and enable them to contribute as GLOBAL CITIZENS.
We are a school at the centre of our local community and through this our children become CONFIDENT individuals equipped with the RESILIENCE and EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE to build strong healthy RELATIONSHIPS.
Through well planned, coherent, sequenced curriculum our children develop the knowledge and skills for future learning. All pupils make good or accelerated progress to ensure that they are meeting their next steps towards the same end points. For those with high levels of SEND our curriculum is designed to be ambitious and to meet their individual needs.
We want the best for each child because they deserve no less. We believe that children learn best when learning is exciting, challenging, creative, collaborative, practical, reflective and meaningful. Learning should inspire children to ask questions and to wonder, providing them with memorable experiences and a sense of awe.
I would be delighted to show you around our school as I am very proud of the pupils and staff.
Head of School