Our Vision & Values

Fletching CE Primary School is
​’A small school with big ideas 

Our Values

This is our values tree which shows each of our values at Fletching.


British Values

At Fletching CE Primary School we learn about British Values and how to be a good citizen both in school and in the wider world.

These 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.

Here is a link to our SMSC and British Values policy.
SMSC and British Values policy

 

 

Our Vision

Fletching CE Primary School we aim to offer an inspiring education for all pupils through having fun, going on learning adventures, exploring near and far, making friends, caring for our world and living healthy lifestyles. Our key learning behaviours of respect, perseverance, trust, caring and collaboration are embedded in our curriculum. Our teachers are inspiring educationalists who deliver learning in lively and exciting ways which enable all of our learners to set their sights high and reach even higher. They skilfully use feedback and questioning to empower pupils to strive for excellence and enjoy the journey of learning. We encourage pupils to be the ‘voice’ of our school and create confident individuals who are proud to share their passion for learning and life within our school and wider community. We explore our own faith through our Christian ethos and ponder how our beliefs can help us tackle life’s ‘Big Questions’.

We want all our children to:
• Experience a rich and varied curriculum
• Develop lively enquiring minds and a love of learning
Recognise that learning is a journey and excellence comes through perseverance
• Understand and question the world that we live in
Explore their own faith and spirituality
Have high self esteem
• Work with independence
• Value and care for others
• Be successful
• Have their achievements celebrated
• Feel safe
• Become good citizens
• Become positive contributors to their community and beyond
• Care for their environment
• Be self-disciplined and courteous

We want all our staff to:
• Continue raising our high standards of teaching and learning
• Develop professionally
Promote our Christian ethos
• Feel valued and supported
• Be successful
• Have job satisfaction
• Enjoy a healthy work-life balance
Safeguard and promote the wellbeing of all children

We want our governors to:
• Work as friends and partners of the school
• Know the school and staff well
• Offer constructive advice
Promote our Christian ethos
• Promote the school in the wider community
Provide challenge and accountability to school leaders
Safeguard and promote the wellbeing of all children

We want our parents to:
• Feel welcomed in school
Support our school’s Christian ethos and close links with the church
• Work in partnership with teachers
• Be well informed by clear communications

We want the wider community to:
• Develop good relations with our school
• Broaden our horizons

We want the wider community to:
• Develop good relations with our school
• Broaden our horizons