Our school values of perseverance, respect, joy, compassion, and welcoming are present in many aspects of our school life. They are practised by everyone at the school both adults and children alike.
We constantly refer to our Christian values in our daily acts of collective worship and use them to promote a resilient attitude to learning and to reinforce our expectations of behaviour.
Our values are linked to the Bible story of the Feeding of the 500, and different aspects of our Christian values are reinforced and taught through different themes in Collective Worship, in RE and PSHE lessons and regular links are made with British values across the curriculum.
We have system where children collect ‘value cards’, these are acknowledged in our weekly celebration worship . We welcome pupils’ nominations and suggestions here.
Through reflection, learning and participation in school life, staff and pupils recognise that our school is not just bricks and mortar, but a place where we become role models striving to live by the values we are promoting.