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Our worship themes and values

Our visions and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy young people.

This half term we will be looking at the Christian value - Respect, which seems very apt at the start of the school year. 

Autumn 1 - Respect

Autumn 2 - Trust 

Spring 1 - Friendship 

Spring 2 - Love

Summer 1 - Perseverance 

Summer 2 - Hope 

 

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WHAT DOES THE BIBLE SAY ABOUT RESpect?

 

A Christian Perspective.

The nature of God, as revealed in the Bible, presents all people with a choice. Those whose response is one of respect are acknowledging God’s greatness, authority and involvement in the world. This will extend to respect for the created order, including humanity made in the image of God.

  • seeking out opportunities to experience feelings of awe, wonder and mystery;
  • explore the places and objects we have around school that are “holy or sacred” and which help us reflect and wonder;
  •  experience how special words, sacramental actions or religious symbols are used to challenge and inform children’s understanding of God; 

  •  to encourage children to value and respect their own and other people’s belongings.

During Autumn 1 we will be looking at the Christian value - Respect. Our values tree at the front of school has many examples of the children showing Respect.

As a whole school community, we will be considering:

  • How we are given the opportunity in school to experience feelings of awe, wonder and mystery.
  • How we show respect for each other and adults in the school community.
  • How children are encouraged to value and respect their own and other people’s belongings
  • How children are encouraged to show tolerance by accepting feelings, habits or beliefs, racial or ethnic origins that are different from their own
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