Ethos & Values

VISION STATEMENT

We are a Church of England school that values and recognises the uniqueness of each individual child and acknowledges their fundamental right to be educated to their full potential in a safe, secure and caring environment. Our ethos is built on Christian foundations and drives our belief that we can do all things.

OUR SCHOOL VISION

Wardley CE Primary School is committed to continual improvement to ensure that what we do today is even better tomorrow. We provide a happy, secure and supportive learning environment where the children develop independence and work hard to make the most of their talents, and that ‘We can do all things’ within a deep and rich curriculum.

We can do all things through Christ who strengthens us

Phillippians 4:13

Our ethos that we can do all things is driven by a core set of eighteen Christian values. This ensures we are a learning community with Christ at our centre. Five of these values underpin the five key drivers for our school. These make up our ‘Wardley Way’.

THE WARDLEY WAY

STRONG ETHICS

INCLUSIVE

TEAMWORK

INSPIRING POTENTIAL

CONTINUAL ENHANCEMENT

‘RESPECT’

‘FRIENDSHIP’

‘TRUST’

COURAGE’

‘PERSEVERANCE’

-Creating an environment which promotes the Christian ethos of trust, respect and honesty to enable people to flourish.

-Promoting a sense of justice.

-Creating a strong moral purpose which underpins everything we do.

 

-In celebrating diversity we value the strengths of all and embrace differences.

-Engaging stakeholders within and beyond the school.

-No matter how small, we value every contribution and support each other to reach our goals.

-In respecting each other, we strive to not let each other down.

-In feeling valued and empowered people have desire to go the extra mile for the greater good.

-Recognising, supporting and developing everyone’s potential.

-nurturing skills and promoting opportunities.

-Creating an environment for people to think positively and take risks.

-We inspire and innovate – we support others to do the same.

-In constantly striving to achieve high standards we never stand still.

-All improvements are underpinned with high aspirations.

-When problems arise, and they will, we must hold on to our vision and find solutions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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