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Courageous Advocacy


At Dodleston Cof E Primary School, we are courageous advocates for the common good, locally, nationally and globally. We recognise that life is full of ups and downs and that at times all people will face challenges that they need help and support in overcoming. We believe that people are worth spending time with, that people need time to grow and need loving attention. The Christian Gospel says that every person has unique task to do, with God and for God whether they know it or not. 

Within the community our schools stands up for what it beleives in. Our underpinning of Christian and British Values ensures that opportunities to discuss current world issues, to challenge injustice and engage in activities that can bring about change are always present.

We understand that life can be challenging at times and that all people, including friends and family and global citizens face difficulties that they need help to persevere with in order to overcome them. We aim to inspire courageous advocacy and instil our Christian Values in the whole of our Dodleston community. To ensure that we and our community inspire and flourish together, we have been and are supportive of a range of charities in our local area, nationally and globally. Some of these include:

  • Save the Family
  • Christian Aid
  • Water Aid
  • Macmillian
  • Children in Need
  • Comic Relief
  • Hospice of the Good Shepherd
  • The Children's Society
  • Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal
  • Mekane Yesus Seminary Flood Disaster Fund
  • Loneliness in our community
  • Harvest Festval Donations
  • Care UK

Our Response to Cop26

Sponsored Elf Run for The Hospice of the Good Shepherd

Big Plastic Count

Eco Council's Big Plastic Count

harvest collection(1)

Our children have a good understanding of the meaning of belonging to a local and global community and the sense of responsibility that comes with belonging; therefore developing their ability to emphasise and make a small sacrifice to benefit others. Together we consider the beauty and fragility of our environment, the actions we take, and the impact these actions may have on the well-being of everyone. Our school community and curriculum actively embraces a responsibility for the world in which we live. We are dilligent to show our connection with, and care for, the world in which we all live and care for the people who live in it.

Year 6 organised and ran market stalls for Children in Need

Global Day- raising money for Flood victims in Ethiopia

Ukraine Collection point

Ethos Group's Collection Point for Ukrainian Refugees

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