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Values Led Learning

What is Values Led Learning?

Our values are right at the heart of who we are, driving what we do and how we do it. We have always prided ourselves on being a caring school with a positive atmosphere and many visitors to the school have remarked upon this. Values Led Learning seeks to make explicit what is happening implicitly. It provides a structure for understanding the way we behave so that everyone is clear about the way we should act and behave.  Our Values Led Learning is helping the children to better understand a range of basic values such as respect, co-operation, care, honesty and friendship and in doing so, preparing them for the world of the future.

Values Led Learning is not something entirely new for us, we have always worked in collaboration with  parents/carers, (the children’s main educators), in teaching the children how to be responsible, make good choices and be the very best that they can be, ensuring they get the most out of every aspect of school life. We are sure that you will be pleased that your child is thinking and learning about how to put these values into their lives, empowering them to take responsibility and making the right choices to face whatever school and the wider world throws at them.

We have consulted with all our stakeholders and have selected 11 values that we teach over the school year. We focus on one specific value each month. In school the children have a values assembly where they listen to stories and discuss what each value means and in addition to this they also have special values lessons in their classroom to allow for smaller group discussion.

Our hope is that this continues at home and that you inform us of things your child has done or said to demonstrate the values. The School Council also be keeping an eye out around school and nominating children for ‘Values’ awards.

Values Learning Letters

A learning letter is sent home to let parents know what the value of the month is and to talk about the values we are studying at school.