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Vision, Values and Aims


Our Values

Our Christian Values are at the centre of everything we do at Dodleston CE Primary School. They help us to live out our Christian Vision of ‘life in all its fullness’. Our Christian values are Koinonia/Friendship, Compassion, Forgiveness, Justice, Peace and Trust.  Each half term, we focus on a different Christian Value. This is done explicitly through our Collective Worship time, but also throughout our curriculum. Children have regular opportunities to reflect on each value and to develop an understanding of the Value in action. Each Friday, in our Celebration Worship, we acknowledge one pupil who has demonstrated these values.

Our Vision

Learning to love ourselves, love each other, love learning, love life; for God is Love.

Our Church School inspires everyone to reach their unique and full potential in a happy and encouraging Christian atmosphere.  We encourage our children to learn as much as possible and achieve their individual potential whilst developing respect and consideration for others in a joyful and safe Christian atmosphere. 

Through Christian values children are actively supported to believe they can be successful and achieve.

Our Calendar of Christian Values

Autumn 1: Friendship/Koinonia

Autumn 2: Compassion

Spring 1: Peace

Spring 2: Forgiveness

Summer 1: Perseverance

Sumer 2: Trust

This half term our Christian Value is Friendship.

Friendship - ‘A friend loves at all times.’ (Proverbs 17:17)

Exit Profile

Our Exit Profile promises that at the end of your time at Dodleston CE Primary School you will have:

  1. An understanding of spirituality and personal faith, and knowledge and respect for other world faiths.
  2. A strong moral and ethical code based on Christian values.
  3. A strong sense of self.  To be articulate and confident to make our voices heard on behalf of self and others.
  4. An understanding of human rights and responsibilities to self and others and our role as a community and global citizen.
  5. Aspirations to achieve great things.
  6. An understanding of democracy and the skills to debate, question and to engage in a democratic process with confidence.
  7. Respect and care for nature and the world around us and a desire to protect the environment.
  8. Life skills to resolve challenges effectively and efficiently.
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