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Our St. John's Values

Our St. John's Values are Christian Values which underpin the Ethos of the school. We focus on a different value each half term in our Collective Worship assemblies and our reflective areas in the hall and our classrooms help us to relate to the theme at different points in the day, encourage us to take time to reflect and think about what is going well as well as allow us to spend time talking to God through prayer.

Children receive compliments from members of staff if they are seen to be living out our school values. Children encourage each other to gain compliments and each classes are added up every week and this is shared in Praise Assembly. At the end of each half term the class with the most compliments has a treat of cakes and shakes. We also have a Citizen of the Week Award which is given to 1 child every week who has been a fantastic role model to others living out our school values.

 

Children are also encouraged to live out the values at home. A values record card in the children’s reading record can be filled in by a parents and/or child when they have shown how they have lived out a value at home. Once a child has shown they have lived out all the values on the card they receive a bronze star, if they complete a second card a silver star and a gold for a third card. Children who receive a gold cross will be our Values Ambassadors.

Citizen of the Week

Learning to be a good citizen as a child is so important for them as they grow and develop into adults. Our school ethos and values guide in our children in developing qualities of character that are valued by their families and by the communities in which they live. Staff in school along with parents/cares at home guide and model to children to be honest and thoughtful, to stand up for their principles, to care about others, to act responsibly and to make sound moral choices.

 

By living out the school our children are taught the three 'r's' of good citizenship: Respect, Responsibility, and Resourcefulness. Children who go above and beyond living out the values by going out of their way to help others or look after our local community are awarded with our Citizen of the Week trophy and badge. Look out for children who have earnt this badge on our Peep of the Week.

Open day sessions for our new Reception intake for September 2022 will be held at school on Thursday 4th November, please phone the school office to book to attend at either 10am or 2pm. We look forward to meeting you.
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