Ambitious - encouraging children to have aspirations and have ambitions to ‘dream the big dream’. To try, try and try again, even when things are challenging.
Respectful - treating others how they would like to be treated.
Confident - preparing our children for a world which is changing every day, to tackle new things with confidence.
Honest - telling the truth, to say what we mean and do what we say we are going to do.
Independent - foster a love of learning and promote independence and encourage questioning.
Equal - celebrate the difference and individuality of others.
LET'S ALL ACHIEVE TOGETHER.
15.9.17 - Amy-Jaye Kirk - You were RESPECTFUL in the P.E. lesson - Mr. Henshaw was really impressed when he saw you doing extra things for other people around school ; Caelan Fairweather - you have been INDEPENDENT in everything you have done - listening carefully and always knowing what to do
22.9 17 - Cory Hardwick - You were AMBITIOUS because you always aim to improve on what you have already done: Grace Brownson - you are RESPECTFUL to everyone because you have such beautiful manners.
29.9.17 - Sarah Hardingham - You were EQUAL because you worked as part of a team to help Molly when she stumbled in the cross-country. Alfie Newstead - you are RESPECTFUL - you have beautiful manners and are always keen to help others.
6.10.17 - Thalia Parkin - you are CONFIDENT because you are never afraid to try out new things.
13.10.17 - Lucas Thorne-Bailey - you were AMBITIOUS when you made sure that you had learnt all the year 3 and 4 spelling list. Callum Brown - you were INDEPENDENT when you noticed that the children were out on the yard on their own at the beginning of Golden Time and you went to tell someone.
3.11.17 - Shaylen - you were AMBITIOUS when you improved your handwriting and wrote a super conversation between three characters. Izaac - you were also AMBITIOUS when you persevered until you were able to create your own magic square.
10.11.17 - Callum Field - you are INDEPENDENT because you listen carefully and get on with tasks on your own. Harley - you are RESPECTFUL because you are polite and kind to all children and adults in school.