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Aims and Ethos

Our School Aims and Ethos

 

At Churchill Church of England Primary School, we are passionate about nurturing kind hearts and inspiring determined minds so that our children can live life in all its fullness.  We are committed to being the best version of ourselves we can be and we challenge our children to be the same.

 

We see children as incredible and powerful learners.  Our team provide exciting experiences and challenges which feed our children’s curiosity of the world and embrace their inquisitive nature.

 

Our carefully structured curriculum builds on our children’s experiences, interests and knowledge.  We see learning as a lifelong journey and take seriously our responsibility to inspire a love of learning and foster a passion to grow as a person.   We open doors to new ideas, challenge stereotypes and embrace creativity and innovative thought.  We have high aspirations for all children and place no limits on what we believe they can achieve.

 

            

 

Our school values, chosen by our children, underpin how we behave and live in school.  Everyone in our community commits to reflecting these values in their actions, beliefs and decisions.  We hold each other to account and challenge each other, if we fall short.  We embrace British Values and ensure our children know and understand how these values help society to flourish and grow.  To learn about how we promote British Values, please click on the document below.

 

We are committed to cherishing and nurturing the whole child and believe passionately that health and wellbeing are vital to a positive and successful life.  Through the love and care shown by our team, alongside a carefully structured programme of learning, we will help give pupils the knowledge, skills and understanding they need to lead confident, healthy, independent lives, so that they can become informed, active and responsible citizens of the future.

 

Throughout their time in school we work with children to:

  • develop a love of learning and a zest for life;
  • develop Christian attitudes of understanding, kindness, caring and tolerance;
  • encourage respect for others, themselves and the environment;
  • be proud of achievements and not be afraid to make mistakes;
  • be responsive, alert and enthusiastic and use their own initiative;
  • be able to work independently and collaboratively;
  • be technologically confident and aware;
  • develop and value cultural diversity and being part of a wider world.

 

How we teach and celebrate British Values