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Vision and Values

Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning and are upheld by every member of the school community.

Our Vision

Kingsbury Academy believes in creating a safe, respectful and aspirational school community, where children and staff feel a sense of belonging. We teach, inspire and care for all our children to enable them to become respectful, resilient and happy citizens who are able to reach their full potential.

At Kingsbury Academy, our values are at the heart of everything we do. They are the golden thread of our school that show who we are, what we believe and what is important to everyone in our Kingsbury Academy family.  

Our values


  • Being respectful is at the centre of every action, by everyone, at all times

  • Respecting pupils by not talking over them and ensuring all adult conversation is about supporting learning of the pupils

  • Respect and value each person’s individuality, differences and beliefs, operating within the school policies and procedures

  • Be a positive role model for our pupils and our school

  • Valuing each other and seeking solutions to any problems positively and professionally

  • Taking care of and pride in our environment, equipment and resources


  • Being alert and keeping our pupils and staff safe from harm

  • Ensuring all staff are trained to recognise signs of abuse and know who to report them to

  • Ensuring our curriculum teaches children how to keep themselves safe and to recognise dangers and hazards

  • A focus on positive mental and physical wellbeing


  • Having high expectations of the progress our children can make

  • Staff plan to build upon pupil’s skills

  • Reaching for the sky!

  • Developing resilience and perseverance

  • Having self-confidence and belief in ourselves

  • Provide a wide range of personalised appropriate learning experiences, which are both exciting and challenging

  • Help pupils/students acquire the knowledge, skills and confidence, which enable them to lead as full, interesting and independent lives as possible

  • Develop pupils'/students' personal responsibility and encouraging decision making and choice, communicating through whatever means appropriate


  • Accepted, respected and included

  • Positive relationships and friendships

  • Shared understanding, values and approaches

  • A welcoming environment for everyone