At Christ Church Primary School we offer a community with a sense of belonging to help each pupil fulfil their potential and flourish in all aspects of their personhood: physically, academically, socially, morally and spiritually. We seek to treat children as they might become rather than as they are and to know them well.
To achieve our aims, our vision for the learning community of Christ Church Primary School, we need to create a welcoming, happy, caring atmosphere with high expectations, so that our children can grow and learn well.
Shared values of love and forgiveness, respect, truth and kindness that are known understood by all, along with quality relationships are at the heart of our school and essential for success. At Christ Church Primary School, ‘In everything, treat others as you would want them to treat you’ Matthew 7:12 is central to our vision and we believe it is how everyone in our school community should seek to live their lives.
Everyone in the school community has a part to play in achieving this. We all have a shared responsibility to provide the very best learning environment for our children and so we have a set of principles that apply to everyone.
Our behaviour policy places our ability to make choices at its centre and children taking responsibility for their own choices, good or bad. It details what actions need to take place when a bad choice is made to ensure that there is effective forgiveness and reconciliation with positive outcomes for all.
As a school we teach and support children to cope wisely with situations and people when things go wrong.
Children learn quickly that with high expectations and a consistent approach, living and learning together at Christ Church Primary School can be a calm, orderly, safe and positive experience.
Please take time to read our Behaviour Policy.