Poltair School 5 P's

At Poltair we believe in having a school that encourages and believes not only in high levels of achievement and hard work but also where the basics of being courteous and considerate to others are equally well regarded, recognised and rewarded. Therefore we try to keep our rules and expectations as simple and as straight forward as possible so that everyone is clear about what the keys to success really are. At Poltair School all pupils know about the 'FIVE Ps'

Positive

  • I will stay on task and allow others to learn
  • I will always strive to do my best
  • We will work together as a community to achieve our goals

Proud

  • I will celebrate the achievements of myself, others and my house
  • I will wear the school uniform correctly
  • I will respect the school environment

Polite

  • I will respect myself and others in the school community
  • I will be helpful and considerate
  • I will follow instructions first time

Punctual

  • I will arrive on time to all registrations
  • I will arrive on time to all lessons
  • I will meet all deadlines I am set

Prepared

  • I will arrive at all lessons with the correct equipment
  • I will be ready to learn
  • I will know what my next steps are in my learning

MFL Curriculum Changes Survey

 

We are currently looking at the future of the curriculum to meet pupils' needs in Modern Foreign Languages. Therefore, Poltair would be grateful if you could take some time to answer the questions in the survey linked below:

 

Please take the time to fill in the

MFL Curriculum Changes Survey

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