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Larne and Inver Primary School, Larne
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Vision and Aims

Larne & Inver Primary School provides a safe and happy environment where all children are cared for and treated in a manner which encourages positive and varied learning experiences at all times. Through the use of a variety of available resources and ever changing technologies, each child will be given the opportunities to gain the knowledge and life skills necessary to succeed by creating ‘a bridge to the future.’

In fulfilling the requirements of the Northern Ireland Curriculum and in the belief that children should always remain the core focus for education, Larne & Inver Primary School aims –

  • To maintain and improve its welcoming environment through which all children and parents are aware of the high level of support and opportunities provided for them.
  • To value each child as an individual, promoting the importance of learning and high academic standards in a positive ethos of ‘best effort’ according to age, aptitude and ability at all times.
  • To help pupils develop lively enquiring minds through varied learning experiences using modern technology and evolving learning and teaching techniques.
  • To create positive school attitudes which encourage discipline through a Christian ethos where self/mutual respect and understanding are central to all learning experiences.
  • To provide a wide and varied programme of extended schools’ activities in order to further promote the opportunities for physical and social development through dependent and interdependent learning.
  • To encourage parental responsibilities through an active and positive partnership in the life and work of the school.
  • To encourage all children to have an awareness of, and respect for, the world we live in and a sense of responsibility for their local environment, both inside and outside of school.
  • To promote positive working relationships between all members of the school community whilst also maintaining and further developing links with the local and wider community.