Our Vision and Values at Kinderley Primary School

 

Our School Vision

Inspired by the Red Arrows, our school vision is: The sky is not the limit - it is only the beginning. 

Our School Values

We have six School Values, which we focus on each half term during our whole school Values assemblies, class assemblies and PSHE curriculum:

Autumn 1 - Friendship

Autumn 2 - Determination

Spring 1 - Kindness

Spring 2 - Respect

Summer 1 - Love

Summer 2 - Independence 

 

British Values

The five British values are embedded in our school values, across the curriculum and every aspect of school life.

Democracy - 

The Rule of Law - 

Individual Liberty - 

Mutual Respect - 

Tolerance of those of different Faiths and Beliefs - 

                                                                                                              

The school aims to provide an environment:

    • in which children can develop skills, concepts, attitudes and knowledge that will enable them to play a full part in society
    • where children develop respect and concern for the needs of others irrespective of race, religion, culture, class and gender
    • where children can develop their independence
    • where children enjoy their learning
    • in which children begin their life-long learning   

We will:

    • provide all children with a secure, caring and stimulating environment where high expectations of behaviour are maintained through a restorative approach
    • ensure that all children receive equal regard and equal access to the curriculum
    • provide a relevant, broad and balanced, engaging, challenging curriculum within the framework of the legal requirements for children of all abilities to enjoy and achieve success
    • ensure behaviour that is tolerant, sensitive to others and reflects good manners and an awareness of others
    • help all children to respect and care for others, demonstrating self-discipline and mutual cooperation and acquire an unprejudiced view of other races, religions and ways of life
    • encourage and develop a partnership between pupils, staff, parents, governors and the wider community  

 

Working in partnership with parents, carers and governors