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Visions and Values

The Co-operative Values are 


We use our own efforts and resources to achieve things without relying on others.


We support each other and work together to achieve a goal.


We understand that everyone should be treated equally and has an equal voice and right to contribute.


We ensure that everyone is treated fairly, equally and with respect.


We demonstrate attitudes and behaviours which are fair and unbiased.


We understand that we are answerable and accountable for our actions.


Our ethos is based on these values.  It is our aim that everyone in the school treats each other with respect and consideration and we set high expectations for children’s behaviour.  


School Vision and Aims

Our vision is for every child to become a successful, independent and resilient lifelong learner and a responsible member of the community, prepared for an ever changing world.

Our aims are that all children will

  • Be resilient learners
  • Responsible and independent people who have an understanding and respect for the values, views and feelings of others.
  • Experience a wide, varied and exciting curriculum and have access to enrichment opportunities.
  • Be confident with basic skills and achieve their full potential.
  • Be aware of and take responsibility for their own personal safety
  • Experience a positive working relationship between the community, school and parents/carers.


British values       


According to Ofsted, 'fundamental British values' are:    

  • Democracy.
  • The rule of law.
  • Individual liberty.
  • Mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.


These link very well to our Co-operative values.

British value

Co-operative value

Links in school



Pupil voice – the school council; each class has elected representatives. The children are involved in the development of the curriculum and changes within the school e.g. the playground areas.

The rule of law

Self-responsibility and Self-help

All classes have rules and all staff have high expectations of attitudes towards learning and behaviour.  There are clear rules displayed in classrooms and systems for rewards and consequences.

Individual liberty

Equality and Equity

Everyone is encouraged to make choices, knowing they are in a safe and secure environment. Children are encouraged to express their views, ideas and beliefs during PSHE, RE and assemblies.

Mutual respect

Solidarity and Equality

All staff show respect and model respect.  Children are expected to show respect to all.  PSHE, RE and assemblies encourage children to empathise and understand different cultures, beliefs, celebrations and festivals.