Our Values

Allerton CE Primary School, Nov 2014

During 2018-19 our school Values will be under review and a final version agreed by the end of the academic year. Workshops have been held with pupils, staff, parents and Governors. Our current working statement is “We believe we flourish, when we love to learn and learn to love.”

These value statements were agreed on the formation of the school, in July 2007,

1. The School welcomes people of all backgrounds, traditions and faiths, and develops an understanding of all.

This means that we:

  • help pupils gain an understanding of the wide variety of religious values and cultural traditions whilst continuing to celebrate Christian beliefs and practices.
  • help pupils make a positive contribution to their school, home life and the wider community.
  • teach pupils the importance of respect for one another.
    care for the environment and the world we live in.

2. All children are able to achieve their maximum potential, whatever their background or circumstances.

This means that we:

  • provide equal opportunities for every pupil, regardless of theirnationality, culture or faith.
  • encourage all children to develop their own achievements and aspirations.
    set and measure stretching standards for all pupils, and encourage them to take part in extra-curricular activities
  • welcome all children to the school. Those for whom English is not their first language will be given every support and encouragement.
  • give additional help and consistent support to children who havespecial needs in order to aid their development.
  • make special provision for those children who are recognised to be Gifted and Talented.

3. The children have lively enquiring minds, growing in confidence and independence.

This means that we help them to:

  • Learn more by thinking and questioning
  • Enjoy learning
  • Understand the world in which they live
  • Gain life skills
  • Start to understand the importance of personal responsibility in relation to others and their own learning
  • Understand and appreciate the variety of human achievement and aspirations

4. Everyone at the school is safe, happy, and healthy.

This means that we:

  • operate active policies on good behaviour, discipline, racism & bullying
  • provide a safe and secure and learning-centred environment which
  • provides the best possible welfare and child-protection measures, and is fully engaged with Every Child Matters.
  • provide the best possible support for children with special needs of any kind including those with SEN, those new to English, those with physical disabilities, and those who are gifted and talented.
  • welcome and foster understanding of people of all backgrounds and traditions, and celebrate the positive contribution they canmake to the life of the school and community.
  • set a positive example on matters of health, diet and exercise, including emotional and mental health, abuse of substances, drugs and alcohol, and positive sexual health.

5. The school works closely with home and the wider community.

This means that we:

  • work with parents and carers to ensure that our children are safe, healthy and achieve to their full potential.
  • seek parents’ and carers’ commitment to take an active and positive role in supporting the children’s activities at school.
  • provide the best possible levels of education and services in partnership with other agencies.
  • are at the heart of the community serving the whole community.

6. Our core values are respect, caring, tolerance, kindness, honesty, and openness.

This means that we:

  • provide pupils with opportunities to develop respect for people, property and their learning environment.
  • care for all members of the school and wider communities, through our day to day work, and community partnerships.
  • provide a diverse curriculum where pupils will learn understanding for all, regardless of religious background, tradition or ability.
  • provide a stimulating, motivating, safe and happy learning environment where pupils are given space to reflect openly and honestly.
  • work within a Positive Behaviour framework so that all members of the school community are clear about their roles and responsibilities, and do not tolerate discrimination or bullying.


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