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Chilthorne Domer Church School

We Stand Tall, Aim High and Love Learning

Our Christian Values

We use Roots and Fruits as a Christian Collective Worship resource over a two year period.  Rooted in Bible teaching there are 12 Christian Values which we focus on one per half term.The values link with the season of the Church year.  use Roots and Fruits as a Christian Collective Worship resource over a two year period.  Rooted in Bible teaching there are 12 Christian Values which we focus on one per half term.The values link with the season of the Church year.

 

 We invite parents to continue the theme for each half term at home using our Home School Values.  Please do have a look, dip in and use the sheets to have fun, stimulate discussion and reflect.  The key is to do it together!

 

This half term we have Courage as our focus. Over the remaining year the values will be as below. 

COURAGE. 

FORGIVENESS.

FRIENDSHIP

RESPECT

Our Visions and Aims:

 

  • To provide a welcoming and compassionate community in which all are equally valued for who they are, developing in children a love of learning and a desire to continue to expand their knowledge and skills throughout their lives.

 

  • To encourage the experience of Christian life and participation in worship.  We have close links with the Parish Church and children regularly worship in the church. Provide an atmosphere where diversity is celebrated.

 

  • To encourage children to have a sense of belonging and responsibility towards others in our school community, the local community and the wider world. For all children to feel protected and safe.

 

  • To provide a creative and well planned curriculum which enables all children to achieve the highest standard of work and learning of which he/she is capable and at the same time develop lively and enquiring minds. We want our children to be inspired by the quality of teaching and we encourage our children to have high expectations of their learning and achievement and to become imaginative, creative young people who can ask questions, make links and solve problems.

 

  • To help children to understand the importance of good health and a healthy lifestyle and to ensure they know how to stay safe.

 

  • To work together with parents forging strong home school partnerships.

 

  • To create a stimulating environment in and around the school, in order to promote cultural, aesthetic and spiritual awareness.

 

  • To allow children the space to play imaginatively and cooperatively, developing independence and resilience.

 

  • The school’s policy of inclusive education applies equally to all adults and children who work here regardless of gender, religion, race, background, specific difficulty or physical ability.
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