Secrets to Success
The Secrets of Success are an idea developed by Chris Quigley.
Bradfield Primary School has embraced and adapted these ideas to promote personal development and positive attitudes to learning.
We are committed to developing the ability of children to learn effectively, so they are equipped to fully embrace and succeed in our classrooms, in the ever changing society in which we live or when experiencing transition.
We work hard to ensure our children have excellent attitudes and behaviour towards their own learning. We want them to be highly motivated and engaged, to have high expectations of themselves and be ambitious, wanting to achieve success.
We want to remove any barriers to their learning and develop their brain power by building growth mindsets.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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