VISION AND VALUES
At Wessex, our vision and values underpin all aspects of the curriculum and school life. We have chosen special values that we aim to instill in all our children and that best describe what we want our children to have achieved by the time they leave us to move to the next stage of their education.
We celebrate these values through ‘catching’ our children who live them daily – whether that be through their lessons or any other aspect of their life at Wessex. We talk about them daily, present certificates to demonstrate children’s success and talk openly about the words and what they mean for Wessex.
Our Vision and Values
Respect – Kind and Caring – Community – Confident – Healthy – Aspire
Show Respect: We show that we value ourselves and others and their differences;
We are Caring: We pride ourselves in caring for ourselves, others and the world we live in;
Have a sense of Community: We all take responsibility to ensure that everyone is safe, has equal opportunities and feel included;
We are Confident: Wessex children are happy and are not afraid to make educated risks, we are resilient and accept challenges;
Be healthy individuals: We make good lifestyle choices for our minds and bodies and lead by example;
Aspire to reach our full potential: We work hard, never give up, act on advice and always do our best to be the best we can be.
Our Learning Behaviours
We want our children to show the following behaviours in school:
These values underpin our behaviours to each other, attitudes to work and school life and show we are developing a growth mindset
Wessex Primary School is committed to serving its community and surrounding areas. We recognise the multi-cultural, multi-faith nature of the United Kingdom and understand the crucial role our school plays in promoting these values. We are a school for all with a specialist resource base for the hearing impaired. This statement outlines the key British values we actively promote alongside our school values. We equip our pupils with the necessary skills to be the best possible people they can be using the fundamental British values of: Democracy, Rule of Law, Individual Liberty and Mutual Respect and Tolerance.
THE SCHOOL PRAYER
This is our school
Let peace dwell here
Let the place be full of contentment
Let love abide
Love of one another
Love of mankind
And love of life itself
Let us remember
That it takes
As many hands to build a house
And as many hearts to make a school