We Have Christian Values
The School’s Values underpin everything we do and how we relate to each other. They were drawn up in discussion with the children, staff, parents and governors. As a Church School we took our inspiration from the Bible and started with the ‘Fruits of the Spirit’ described in Paul’s letter to the Galatians Chapter 5 verses 22-23 and Jesus’ ‘Sermon on the Mount’ which can be found in Matthew’s Gospel Chapter 5 verses 1-11.
We decided to call them Community Values as we wanted our children to take them out into the wider community as well as within our School Community. Our values are at the centre of our Behaviour Policy and are referred to in every Act of Collective Worship.
To succeed in life...
- We accept everyone
- We treat others, as we would like them to treat us
- We are peacemakers and we forgive others
- We are truthful and honest
- We value people above objects
- We respect our own and other people’s property
- We try for our personal best
- We are patient, helpful and kind
- We are proud of our own and others’ achievements
- We are good listeners
Faith in Learning, Achievement for All
The school recognises its role in equipping children to be healthy and life-long learners and, in doing so, enable them to become fulfilled and productive members of society. As a Church school our core values are based on the teachings of the Christian faith and we believe that every child is special and unique. We encourage, expect and celebrate achievement in all our pupils regardless of their ability, race, background, religious beliefs, gender or disability.