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School Values

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Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin everything that we do and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens. Our values are the basis of our class charters and are used to celebrate our successes as individuals and collectively.

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Our School Vision:

Have a passion for life. chase your dreams, challenge yourself and believe that anything is possible.

 

Our values:

Passion            Aspiration          Resilience         Tolerance

PASSION:

  • Children always trying their best in their work.

  • Children consistently challenging themselves with work that is difficult.

  • Children willing to take risks within their learning.

  • Children being active in their learning.

  • Children positively interact with others.

  • Children will talk passionately about their learning.

 

ASPIRATION:

  • All children producing their best in every piece of work.

  • Children using feedback to further improve their work.

  • Children believing ‘anything is possible’.

  • All children showing a ‘can do’ attitude towards their learning.

  • All children to be prompt to school and attend 100% of the time.

 

RESILIENCE:

  • All children to attempt all tasks asked of them.

  • All children will manage distractions around them and concentrate on their own work.

  • All children will fail at a task but then will try again.

  • All children will attempt tasks that they feel are too hard for them.

  • All children will come to school when healthy.

  • Children will demonstrate self regulation when faced with challenging situations in and out of school.

 

TOLERANCE:

  • All children show tolerance to others beliefs, views and opinions.

  • All children to show tolerance to others’ actions and mannerisms.

  • All children to listen to and respect other views and opinions even if they don’t agree with them.

  • Children actively listening to members of the school community who are talking to them.

  • Children to treat other members of the school community with respect.

  • All children speak to others in a respectful manner.

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