Vision & Values

All the things that happen at Bradshaw Hall are driven by our ‘Golden Aims’: for the children to become responsible citizens, confident individuals and successful learners. It is important that learning experiences lead to consistently high levels of pupil achievement, and we believe that this is best achieved when children engage in experiential, collaborative tasks that are well matched to the individual needs of each learner. In addition to that, we want our children to become fully rounded individuals. Our golden principles outline the personal skills that we want each child to develop in their time at Bradshaw Hall.


Bradshaw Hall School’s GOLDEN AIMS are for all children to be:

Successful Learnersto make progress and achieve highly

Confident Individualsto lead happy, successful lives

Responsible Citizensto be a valued member of the school and community



The GOLDEN PRINCIPLES show the children how they can achieve the Golden Aims: 

I am Responsible:

I work at an appropriate noise level

I look after the school property and the community

My behaviour is the same for all adults

I help the teacher to focus on learning


I am Resilient:

I keep trying in hard situations

I try to keep calm even when I feel angry

I try my best even in my weaker subjects

I work well with any member of the school community


I Show Respect:

I actively listen when the teacher is speaking

I value everybody equally

I try to understand peoples’ differences

I am positive towards other people


I Learn Well:

I think independently

I try to be creative

I reflect on my successes and disappointments

I can work with others

I can organise my time, ideas and resources

I participate fully

I have personal targets


I’m a Team Player:

I act for the good of the team

I can communicate my ideas

I listen to other people

We work at problems together


Click here to read the Bradshaw Hall Personal Competences Model


Bradshaw Hall Primary School, Vernon Close, Cheadle Hulme, Stockport. SK8 6AN
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