We use a positive approach when things are challenging; we never give up!
From performing in the Pre-school Nativity plays to the Year 6 Summer Play, building shelters in Early Years Forest School to rafts on the Year 6 PGL trip, entering the Thornton Scholarship Examination in Year 2 to the 11+ and secondary school examinations in Year 6, Croft pupils draw on their reserves of resilience.
Every child is afforded an opportunity to succeed, whether that is through Academia, Music, Sport, Drama, Art, or any of the numerous additional activities that are on offer to our pupils. With achievement comes confidence, a fundamental life skill. Pupils feel empowered to face their challenges, believe in their abilities, and become independent learners, striving to make a difference in the ever changing 21st century.
A key feature of our ethos is to encourage pupils to take responsibility and develop their leadership skills. Each term, pupils in Year 6 are selected for specific roles of responsibility in both Music and Sport.
It is our firm belief that by offering an extension beyond the main syllabus, children can learn values that cannot be gained through the core curriculum alone.