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Our Core Values


Our core values guide everything we do in our day to day practices and interactions with our key partners, the wider educational community and our employees.
 
Our core values are;
 
 Excellence We aim for excellence in teaching, learning, leadership and in all that we do.
 Innovation We face the challenge of radical change with courage, reason and optimism.
 Integrity We act with honesty and transparency at all times and always in the best interests of all learners across our region.
 Collaboration We work in partnership so that, together, we can make a greater difference.
 Accountability We take collective ownership for the quality of our service and for pupil outcomes.
 

Our Mission 
 

Working with our key partners we will aim to transform the educational outcomes and life chances for all learners across South East Wales. We will do this by:
 
Ensuring successful learning experiences and high levels of wellbeing particularly for those facing the greatest challenges.
Building effective networks of professionals, across the five Local Authorities and beyond and working together to improve leadership, teaching and learning and;
Attracting and retaining a team of outstanding people who embed our core values in their work and share a passion for excellence.
 

Our Vision
 

Transforming pupil outcomes; Creating capacity through networks; Enabling excellence in teaching and leadership.
 

EAS Learner Pledge


Download the EAS Learner Pledge document here

We will support your schools by working with them to ensure that…
 
The leadership of your school…
 
  • Leaders in your school support other leaders and teachers to help you have the best experience
  • Leaders in your school support other leaders and teachers so that you get the best results you can
  • Leaders in your school work together and with your family and community to give you the best opportunities when you leave school
  • Leaders in your school will give you opportunity to feedback and give views on school life
 
Your teachers’ qualifications and expertise…
 
  • You have good and excellent teaching that takes account of your individual needs, interests and abilities
  • Teachers set high standards and are knowledgeable, competent and well qualified in their subject and/or phase
  • Teaching provides opportunities in all your subjects to improve your English, Maths and digital skills
  • Teaching provides opportunities for your skills development across a range of wider skills
  • Lessons are well planned, engaging and interactive
 
What you study…
 
  • You experience a broad, balanced and relevant programme of subjects with opportunities to apply skills to real life situations and enables you to be creative and ready to play a full part in life and work
  • You have access to experiences that broaden your view of the world outside of school including culture and ethical aspects and supports you to become informed citizens of Wales and the world
  • You develop your ambition, your self-confidence and raise your aspirations
  • You have access to opportunities to take part in activities, recreation and sport which contribute to a healthy lifestyle and supports you to lead fulfilling lives as a valued member of society
  • You are encouraged to play an active and responsible role in school and the community, continuously learning new skills
 
Advice and Guidance for when you leave school…
 
  • You have access to excellent impartial guidance when choosing what to learn and what qualifications to follow
  • You have access to guidance which will help you decide what you want to do when you leave school whatever your chosen pathway

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Modern Foreign Languages
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