‘To ensure every pupil enjoys learning, achieves, and is prepared for adult life, within a safe, caring environment.’
In making education special Castle School aims,
To enable pupils to enjoy learning and achieving through the provision of a wide range of activities and experiences. To enable pupils to lead healthy lifestyles.
To ensure every pupil can keep themselves safe both in and out of school.
To foster an understanding of social moral spiritual and cultural values, with focus on contributing to the community.
To learn about British Values and understand the importance of them.
To prepare pupils for adult life promoting independence, citizenship, work related skills, and the key skills which promote economic wellbeing.
To provide access to a wide range of rich and motivating learning opportunities including, external visits and effective and efficient use of all available resources.
To work collaboratively with parents/carers to ensure the progress and achievement of their child.
To develop close working relationships with mainstream schools and the wider community to enhance the opportunities for inclusion.
To further develop the role of the school as a centre of excellence in the context of specialist provision within Walsall.
To ensure that staff develop and share expertise through training and research to support special educational provision.
To promote positive attitudes towards lifelong learning amongst the pupils, staff, parents and governors. In addition encourage parents to participate in training and learning opportunities (where possible).
To create a welcoming environment that recognises and celebrates the contributions of all its members and reflects the expectations of parents, the community and society.