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Our Values

 

Christian Values

Our Christian Values of Love, Perseverance and Joy are at the heart of our school. They are embedded in our daily worship, environment, ethos, curriculum and community.

As part of our class worship, the children created their own actions to help them remember our Christian Values. Each class has their own object to represent each value; these objects were chosen by our Worship Team with the help of Mrs Walters.

Love Perseverance Joy

 

We love because he first loved us. 

1 John 4:19

 

God helped you begin and he will help you until it is finished.

Philippians 1:6 

Shout for Joy to God, all the earth. 

Psalm 66:1

Heart shape

Pulling on a rope

A growing tree

This is how we link our Christian Values to our Keys to Success in our daily worship. 


Love Perseverance Joy
Understand others

Don't Give Up

Try new things

Work hard

Concentrate

Push yourself

Improve

Imagine

British Values

Our British Values are carefully planned to work alongside our Christian Values. They are audited by our Curriculum Lead to ensure that permeate through the curriculum and daily life in a meaningful context.

 

The Rule of Law We help develop fair rules for our class and school.
Democracy We vote for who represents us on the School Council.
Mutual Respect We make all visitors feel very welcome in our school.
Individual Liberty We have the freedom to make choices about choosing the level of challenge in some lessons with our Chili Challenges (Mild, Hot, Spicy, Super Sizzling).
Tolerance of those of different Faiths and Beliefs We use opportunities such as The Olympics to learn about different cultures.

 

An example of how we promote our values in school

The enchanted forest theme was a celebration of joy of our environment. By investigating the role of Robin Hood, the children recognised the importance of giving (which is our worship theme for this term). They considered the question ‘Should Robin Hood steal from the rich to give to the poor?’ They looked at the British Value of ‘equality in the rule of law’ and the bible scripture of ‘The Ten Commandments’ and ‘The Good Samaritan’.