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Values

Red Hall Primary School

Agreed Values – for a Values driven organisation

RESPECT

Showing Respect for:

  • Manners
  • Co-operation
  • Fairness
  • Listen to others views
  • Other peoples efforts & work
  • Other people’s belongings & your own
  • Other’s feelings and beliefs leading to mutual respect
  • The local community
  • The school environment

R – Responsibility

  • Children are prepared for every lesson
  • Self reliant (I’m in charge of my learning/teaching)
  • For your learning
  • For your actions/words/behaviour in & outside of school
  • For caring for the learning environment
  • For your belongings & others
  • To improve and achieve
  • Parental responsibility to provide: clothing, kit, pencil case andsupport home tasks

E – Equality

  • Children, staff & parents all treated fairly
  • Equal opportunities for pupils: gender, ability, curriculumentitlement, clubs, resources and staff: advancement, CPD
  • Differentiation to match abilities so all can achieve
  • Cultural
  • Communication – listened to and action taken, being open andhonest
  • Behaviour sanctions i.e Red & Yellow cards
  • Overcome barriers that may inhibit learning e.g. family support,socio-economic factors
  • Participation in visits and experiences for all
  • Everyone feeling valued

S – Self – Belief

  • To have self confidence and high self esteem
  • Being adaptable
  • Acceptance of positive criticism/help from others to be able toreflect & move on
  • Being self reliant
  • Setting high goals for yourself
  • Overcome obstacles and have ago; have resilience to try again ifnecessary
  • Positivity – ‘You can do it!’
  • Be ambitious and aim high
  • To pursue a dream
  • Take pride in achievements
  • Communicate effectively your opinions

P – Positivity

  • Smile – Think happy thoughts
  • Positivity and praise – ‘Thanks’ receiving and giving
  • Relationships between adults and children
  • Rewards and positive reinforcement as a result ofpraise/targets/rewards
  • Positive attitudes – ‘I can do it!’
  • Show positive behaviours
  • Encourage others
  • Solutions focussed – all problems can be solved
  • Positive communication – verbal and through actions

E – Expectation

  • Staff, children & parents have high expectations to succeed in work, behaviour, relationships, behaviour, conduct, manners
  • Ambition
  • Competition
  • Determination to succeed
  • No negative input
  • Positive encouragement
  • Motivation
  • Expectation of parental support
  • Expect to achieve goals or targets
  • Show standard of work that is expected
  • Lead by example (manners, conduct)
  • Expectation of time given for a task (staff & children)

C – Caring

  • Forming positive bonds/relationships
  • Thoughtful and considerate
  • Listening carefully
  • Care of property
  • Communication between children, staff, parents
  • Support for one another
  • Share
  • Show empathy
  • Nurture and develop caring behaviours and actions
  • Friendliness
  • Acceptance
  • Safety
  • Encourage others
  • Be approachable
  • Show compassion

T – Trust

  • Honesty (without reproach)
  • Safety & security (enables positive relationships and trust)
  • Fairness
  • Consideration
  • Reliability
  • Transparency
  • Relationships – between children and staff; child/teacher
  • Confidence
  • Consistency – treat people the same way for the same situation