Village School is an independent, non-sectarian and non-denominational primary school having no specific affiliations with any other educational establishment or educational system.
Our educational philosophy is underpinned by the concept of liberalism and tolerance, and promotes humanitarian concerns such as inclusiveness, equity and universal rights.
It follows that Village School does not endorse or favour any particular religious, cultural or political belief but prefers to consider and compare all ideas and doctrines in the spirit of intellectual inquiry.
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Each child is Unique
Children are individuals with varied experiences. We acknowledge that children learn at different rates and in different ways so knowledge outcomes vary from one child to the next.
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Each child is a worthwhile person, respected and valued for who they are. In our ever-changing world, children need to be able to adapt a wide range of skills, both social and academic to maximise the opportunities society offers.
Village School is a growth school. Learning is promoted as an exciting, enjoyable, real and ongoing life experience.
A good education should provide your child with more than just preparation for a successful economic life. We balance the academic program with many real life experiences. We access the local community and the resources available within it. We take children on camps, have school sleepovers and involve the children in real life problems and solutions in the Village School environment.