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Values, Vision and Aims

 

 

 

 
   

 

At Cherry Hinton Church of England school we act within an inclusive, Christian environment promoting Christian values of Agape (Christian love), Courage and Thankfulness. These permeate all aspects of school life enabling us to help every child to achieve in a positive atmosphere of warmth and trust in which everyone feels secure, valued and confident.

 

Ou Our Agreed values are:

 Agape (Christian Love)

  • We believe in providing a caring supportive community where all members of the school value and respect each other.

  • We believe children flourish in an environment where respect, kindness and helpfulness are hall marks of the learning experience.

    Courage

  • We believe that all children should be encouraged to have the confidence to aim high and persevere in all that they do.

    Thankfulness

  • We believe that we should show empathy towards those less fortunate than ourselves, and share the good things we have been given, for which we are very thankful.

     

    School Motto:

    Inquisitive thinkers; Inspired learners; Kind hearts.

     

    School Vision:

    At Cherry Hinton C of E Primary School we aim to create young people with kind hearts in a learning environment, both excellent and inclusive, in which all children have the opportunity to grow through inspired learning and inquisitive thinking.

     

    School Aims:

  • To enrich and support children’s lives by welcoming partnership between school, parents, church and the wider community.

  • To reflect Christian values in our relationships with one another and the whole community.

  • To provide a curriculum, which inspires every child physically, spiritually and emotionally and promotes the skills needed to be resilient and thrive.

  • To embrace and value the previous experience of all children with regard to ability, race, religion, culture, class and gender and use their interests and that experience to ignite their personal enjoyment and involvement in learning.

  • To constantly look at ways in which we can go that extra step to meet the needs of every child.

     

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