Hareclive E-ACT Academy’s ethos reflects its commitment to providing an outstanding education for all of its pupils by ensuring that they are the centre of all that we do.
Our academy mission statement ‘A Place To Grow’ provides the foundation for everything that we do ensuring that all children grow to their full potential.
Our mission statement is the product of a collaborative effort between pupils, parents and staff.
Ethos and Values
At Hareclive our ethos and values are portrayed through our Super Skills Team. We have six characters that depict life long learning skills that we feel will prepare the children to be successful members of the community.
Skyler – shooting for the starts
Skyler encourages the children to always strive to do their best and always know where they can improve.
Kyro – keen and confident
Kyro tells the children to acknowledge what they are good at and why. He helps them understand what makes them unique and special.
Instinct – independence and responsibility
Instinct shows the pupils the importance of following the rules, acknowledging why we have them and being responsible for their actions.
Learn-Bot – learning with others
Learn-Bot talks about the importance of working together and appreciating the strengths of different individuals.
Link – listening and speaking
Link is all about the importance of being able to listen and communicate clearly in a range of contexts.
Synapse – start Thinking
Synapse focuses on thinking skills such as analysing, fore thought, consequences and problem solving.
We focus on one character a term through assemblies and learning behaviour rewards.
In addition to our academy values, we also commit to and celebrate the EACT values of team spirit, thinking big and doing the right thing. These are celebrated weekly both with staff and children with awards given by our Academy Ambassadors to a child who have shown strength in each value that week. Celebrations of these values can also be found on our Facebook page and in our weekly newsletters.
For themselves and for the world around them by thinking beyond the four walls of their academy, and having the belief that anything they aspire to achieve is possible through hard work.
DOING THE RIGHT THING
In all that they do by carefully thinking through their decisions, even when it means doing something that’s hard or takes a lot of time.
SHOWING TEAM SPIRIT
By supporting one another, and knowing that by working together great things can be achieved.
The academy aims to ensure that all policies and practices conform with the principle of equal opportunities and comply with the public sector equality duty set out in Section 149 of the Equality Act 2010.
The academy will tackle inappropriate attitudes and practices through staff leading by example through the Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) programme, through the supportive academy culture and through our policies.
Please also refer to our Academy Accessibility plan.