Preparing individuals for whatever these choose to do in life
- Chinthurst seeks to treat every member of its family as unique and equally valuable.
- The ethos challenges selfishness and teaches:-
1. consideration for others
2. traditional values
3. respect for the Community
- Through the curriculum, the timetable and the tutor system, teaching staff are committed to providing the opportunity and stimulus for academic achievement.
- A hands-on and varied approach to the curriculum ensures that all pupils have the opportunity to learn and to succeed.
- We are committed to the development of sport, music, drama and art.
- We encourage independent thinking and the self-confidence to constantly challenge
- Our core purpose is to prepare pupils to transfer to their Senior Schools at 13. However, we do have a small amount of leavers at 11+, and pupils are prepared for entrance examinations at this time.
Leading from the front
Our Aims are :-
- To enhance our reputation as a school with traditional values but a modern approach to teaching.
- Small class sizes which allow for individual teaching and facilitate differentiation.
- Frequent review and updating of the Curriculum and Resources.
- Appropriate professional development and training for staff.
- Involvement of staff in matters relating to the management of the school.
- Encouragement of sporting and extra-curricular activities and a system of merit badges and awards.
- To ensure that the Governance structure remains in place to maintain Chinthurst’s financial well being and keeping in compliance with its charitable status.
- We are determined to produce well-rounded individuals who are appropriately equipped for the next stage of their lives.