Our Christian Values
Every half term we have a different 'Christian Value' that we celebrate during Collective Worship and in our curriculum. We have a three year rolling programme to ensure values are fully embedded into our christian ethos. The children enjoy learning about a range of bible stories and Christian teachings alongside every day picture books. They carry out crafts and activities during lessons as well as worship and this has a positive impact on our every day school life. As a parent you too can get involved by clicking on the value below and sharing our 'Take Home Sheet' with your child. Both Ofsted 2018 and Siams (Church Inspection)2017 recognised this and congratulated us on our warm, caring family school.
Our value for this half term is
‘We live to learn, laugh and play and enjoy every single day’
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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