At Christ Church Primary School, we believe that ‘When God created humankind, He made them in the likeness of God’ Genesis 5:1. It is our aim that each person, in all their unique difference should be able to thrive and be supported to know their intrinsic value.
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.
All children are capable of bad decision making from time to time and we believe that it is important to ensure effective forgiveness and reconciliation with positive outcomes for all. We want our children to know that they are loved and be able to cope wisely with situations and people when things go wrong.
Our Christian values are embedded in the life of the school; they underpin all relationships across the school and our commitment to caring for others and achieving excellence.
The words from Matthew’s Gospel, ‘In everything, treat others as you would want them to treat you’, is central to our vision and we believe it is how everyone in our school community should seek to live their lives.
At Christ Church Primary School our behaviour policy is rooted in our core values of respect, kindness, truth and forgiveness.
Everyone in the school community has a part to play in achieving strong, meaningful relationships and excellent behaviour. 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
Please take time to read our Behaviour Policy.