We are an Outstanding school.
(Ofsted, May 2014)
The mission of Everton Nursery School and Family Centre is to promote the children's educational and social development and help families have and achieve high expectations for themselves and the local community.
School and Centre Aims
- - We aim to provide a welcoming environment to all children and their families, staff and visitors to the school/centre.
- - We aim to promote safeguarding of all children and provide a secure and stimulating environment which enables all children to become independent and active learners, develop skills and abilities, foster healthy and positive attitudes and support the family.
- - We aim to develop self-esteem, independence, confidence and social and learning skills in all children and their families.
- - We aim to give all children and their families a smooth transition from home to school and within the centre, and provide a good foundation for their future.
- - We aim for children, parents/carers, staff, the community and other agencies to all work together collaboratively, communicate effectively and share their knowledge and experiences for the benefit of all children and families.
- - We aim to be accessible in promoting all areas of health, well-being and education to all children, their families and the community.
- Live our values through our actions.
- Know what parents/carers expectations are and meet them/exceed them.
- Believe that everything can be improved.
- Maintain a safe, healthy and clean environment.
- Show commitment to providing excellent education with care.
- Work in collaboration with the child at the heart of all decisions.
Honest and committed organisation that cares
- Demonstrate integrity in all our relationships.
- Do what we say we will do.
- Place value on trust.
- Children, parents/carers and staff learn together.
- Value diversity and celebrate difference.
- Listen and share ideas with others.
- Have respect and pride of the learning environment.
Passion and drive
- Value teamwork.
- Be innovative, creative, productive and efficient.
- Be proactive in creating change.
- Review past practice for continuous improvement.
Making a difference
- Lifelong learning.
- Collaboration through a listening approach.
- Positive outcome and progression.
Everton Nursery School and Family Centre, Liverpool takes the Early years setting of the year award at the prestigious 2017 Tes Schools Awards
London, 23 June 2017: Everton Nursery School and Family Centre, Liverpool has taken the Early years setting of the year award at the prestigious 2017 Tes Schools Awards. The awards, now in their ninth year, recognise outstanding contributions made by education teams and individuals to help students around the country to succeed, both inside and outside the classroom.
Of all the places the musicians of the Liverpool Philharmonic orchestra have played, Everton Nursery School and Family Centre must be among the most surprising. And yet to these musicians the setting is very familiar: the members work here with the children regularly. And they are not the only ones. Also in regular attendance are artists from Tate Liverpool.
This outreach, part of an effort to connect the young people in one of the most deprived areas of the city with the cultural spoils on their doorstep, is just one of many initiatives the staff have set in motion to improve the lives of the young people they teach. Other highlights include an extensive programme of outdoor education, a nurturing environment to provide support for students who are likely to find mainstream education difficult, and diverse learning opportunities to ensure that the complex social, emotional and behavioural needs of many of the children are met.
The school caught our judges’ attention because of its sustained service to the local area and its innovative approaches.
“The music programme is a fantastic example of how the arts can have a powerful impact in the earliest years of a child’s life,” they said. “It was lovely to see the celebration of a thirst for knowledge and a love of learning that the setting achieves for its children”.
The list of this year’s categories is as follows (full details of the winners can be viewed here):
Lifetime achievement award
Bev Evans resource author of the year
Healthy school of the year
Headteacher of the year
English teacher or team of the year
Maths teacher or team of the year
Science, technology and engineering teacher or team of the year
Digital innovation/ed-tech school of the year
Community impact award
Creative school of the year
Early years setting of the year
Alternative provision school of the year
Primary school of the year
Secondary school of the year
Overall school of the year
For more coverage of the awards, profiles of the winners and photos from the evening, please visit www.tesawards.co.uk or pick up a copy of Tes magazine, available in newsagents from Friday 30 June.
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