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Values and Ethos

Vision Statement

Every Child, Every Day: to learn, to love, to laugh, to pray.

At Bishops Cannings school we provide a safe, happy, and inspiring learning environment underpinned by our core Christian values of: Thankfulness, Graciousness, Wisdom, Generosity, Perseverance and Aspiration.

Growing and learning together in our community, embracing the wider world, we encourage, challenge and celebrate the God- given uniqueness of every child and strive to enable all to achieve their very best as they journey towards their futures and dreams.

 

All our work at Bishops Cannings Primary is rooted in our strong Christian tradition. We take guidance from God's word and in particular, the extract from Colossians 3:12 – 14:

God has chosen you and made you his holy people. He loves you. So your new life should be like this: Show mercy to others. Be kind, humble, gentle, and patient. Don’t be angry with each other, but forgive each other. If you feel someone has wronged you, forgive them. Forgive others because the Lord forgave you. Together with these things, the most important part of your new life is to love each other. Love is what holds everything together in perfect unity.

Love is what holds everything together in perfect unity.

Our Mission Statement

The staff of Bishops Cannings Church of England (Aided) Primary School will deliver a high quality educational experience for the children of Bishops Cannings Church of England (Aided) Primary School by being dedicated to their profession and having an innate belief that every child has a limitless potential.

Our Strategic Aims

  • To develop children who are ready to move confidently between each stage of their education and into adulthood
  • To develop individuals who are resilient and who can instinctively problem solve so that they can reach their full potential
  • To be part of an educational community that challenges and supports us so we can continually improve whilst supporting partners with our knowledge and experience
  • To keep abreast of developing educational practice including how technology is used in the curriculum and how it works for teachers
  • To manage resources, including pupil premium and PE premium money so that it supports our most vulnerable learners to achieve success

The Future

Further develop the competency of all adults who work alongside children in the school environment

  • Use social media to engage parents fully in the education of their children
  • Consistently meet milestones for achievement of our children
  • Develop a programme that allows our children to understand their cultural heritage whilst celebrating the diverse and culturally rich nature of modern Britain
  • Become even better at identifying vulnerable learners in a timely fashion so that we can intervene to get their learning back on track
  • Develop a plan to secure the procurement of IT equipment on a rolling programme
  • Develop our curriculum so that children can have experiences of real life situations in the workplace
  • Maintain high levels of mathematical achievement and become involved in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) at a deep level
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