Here at St Michael’s C of E Primary School, our Vision and Christian Values are at the centre of everything we do. This is done explicitly through our Collective Worship time, but also throughout our curriculum and extra-curricular activities.
Our Christian Values
We believe these values are empowering our pupils to develop their spirituality and guiding them in personal development as effective learners and good citizens. Children have regular opportunities to reflect on each Value and to develop an understanding of the Value in action. Each Friday, in our Celebration Assembly, we acknowledge and reward those children who have demonstrated these values.
We will be revisiting and further exploring our focus values during collective worship. Each term will focus on specific Christian Values: –
- Autumn – Koinonia, Creation and Hope.
- Spring – Hope, Service and Wisdom
- Summer – Endurance and Justice
We think about the value through stories from the Bible and around the world. Some of these stories are from long ago and some of them are much more recent. We hear about people living out this value in their lives today. We come together with other classes to show the value in a practical context. We keep up-to-date with current events to highlight the relevance of each value.
We think about how we can use the value today to make a difference in the world. We know that small differences can make the world a better place and we always try to live out the Christian values in our actions towards others.
For more information, please view the Christian Values for Schools website.
Our children are enthused to demonstrate these values in all elements of their lives. Read our Christian Values for Parents to help us raise awareness of these values in everyday life. We would love to hear from you on the occasions your child (ren) shows these values.