Vision and Values

Head of School Welcome

A huge and very warm welcome to the Ebor Gardens website!

Our school is situated in the heart of Leeds and we are an exciting and diverse school, that aims to provide our children with a quality education.

Ebor Gardens is a school in which every individual child is welcomed and supported to achieve their personal best. We aim to help children to work to become independent young people who are motivated to learn.

I am privileged to lead a team at Ebor that is committed to children’s well-being, achieving their potential and extending opportunities for all. Ebor Gardens has a warmth and a positive ethos that is created from the genuine and authentic care that the staff provide the children.

Staff work hard to deliver a rich and challenging curriculum, that has been carefully planned to allow the children to acquire the skills and enthusiasm to fully embrace life.

We care about the children and they care about the staff and we think that’s extremely important.

If you don’t find everything you need to on the website then feel free to call us, or email us on admin@eborgardensacademy.co.uk. We can’t wait to hear from you.

VISION

Our vision is to ensure that pupils become successful learners who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve; confident individuals who are able to live safe, healthy and fulfilling lives; responsible citizens who make a positive contribution to society.

VALUES

Our core values are those of Honesty, Responsibility, Safety, and Respect. Our ‘Ebor Values’ are based on four principles, Be Honest, Be Responsible, Be Safe and Be Respectful.

AIMS

  1. To form supportive partnerships between pupils, staff, parents/carers, governors, other agencies and the local and wider community to enable the positive development of each learner’s academic and social skills and to prepare them well for each stage of their learning and development at Ebor and their life beyond.
  2. To create a secure, stimulating and industrious environment which fosters the development of all learners, so that they are appropriately challenged, make good or better progress and achieve their full potential.
  3. To provide a curriculum which takes into account the differing needs, interests and levels of development and attainment of our learners and ensures that the teaching of knowledge, skills and understanding is well planned, broad, balanced, relevant, creative and values-led.
  4. To foster a spirit of independence, intellectual enquiry and mastery of skills and understanding in all learners.
  5. To promote positive attitudes in our school community with an emphasis on respect for oneself and others (their beliefs, culture, home background and property), self-discipline, resilience, cooperation and courtesy, enabling pupils to become good citizens in their own community and in a national and global context.
  6. To ensure equality of opportunity for all within an inclusive environment