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Values

Values

Our key values help to define our community and the ethos of our school. They prepare our pupils for successful learning and for life in modern Britain. Our values are embedded in all aspects of school life and enable our pupils to develop spiritually, morally, socially and culturally.

Key Values

Belief

Individuality

Respect

Community

Honesty

Equality

Nurture

 

Belief

We encourage children to have dreams and aspirations. We promote that pupils can reach their dreams if they have the belief and dedication to achieve.

 ‘Reach for the stars – believe you can achieve!’

Children develop an understanding of their own beliefs and the beliefs of others. They develop an understanding of diversity in our community and the wider world.

Individuality

We promote children’s individual thoughts and encourage children to express and reflect on their own and others opinions. We respect the right for every individual to have their voice heard and we embrace individuality.

We develop children’s ability to make choices and take responsibility for their individual achievements. Achievement involves hard work, a positive attitude and dedication.

 

Respect

We recognise and celebrate that we are all different and should be treated equally. We develop mutual respect and promote tolerance for all individuals in our community and wider world.  

Community

We welcome and celebrate every member of our school team as we recognise that everyone enriches our community. We promote using our skills to support one another, foster teamwork and celebrate achievements within our community. We respect traditions, faiths and beliefs within our school community, the local community and the wider world.

Honesty

Honesty is a fundamental life skill and we promote honesty between ourselves and groups of people. We look at how honesty can impact us socially, morally, culturally and spiritually.

Telling the truth is not an option but a way of life!

Empathy

We encourage pupils to empathise with the feelings and perspectives of others, trusting that others will empathise with our opinions and beliefs.  We reflect on how empathy can impact friendships, the community and the wider world.

Nurture

We actively nurture pupils spiritually, morally, culturally and socially. It is important that children develop positive feelings, thoughts, beliefs and self-worth. Our aim is for pupils to be happy and confident individuals that play a key role within their community.

In our school we believe that children cannot simply be told about behaviours like kindness and sharing; they must meaningfully experience them!