Our Vision and Values
Haughton St, Giles C.E. (C) Primary Academy
Vision, Motto, Values and Mission Statement
At Haughton St. Giles we seek to ensure that learning transforms the lives of all children, where each child discovers their uniqueness, becoming all that God has created them to be. Through their learning journey, all will discover, cherish and guard the world God has created and celebrate the diversity of all who live in it.
Discovering our purpose, "We can do all things through him who strengthens me.” Philippians 4:13
“Dream to Achieve“
“I can do all things through him who strengthens me” Philippians 4:13
Dream to achieve captures our belief that children should be guided to work hard, stay focused and never give up on their dreams allowing each of them to strive to become the very best they can be.
At Haughton St. Giles we have six School Christian Values that are embedded and promoted through everyday school life and our exciting curriculum; these are shared by our school community.
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We focus on one of these values each half term which we link with RE, PSHE, British Values and Collective Worship as appropriate.
Our vision, motto and Christian Values are expressed through our school mission statement.
provide a Christian community where there are strong, caring relationships based upon mutual trust, demonstrated through courtesy, forgiveness and reconciliation.
provide opportunities for our children to thrive and develop spiritually, emotionally, physically and socially.
encourage pupils to develop the ability to persevere and be resilient.
encourage our children and staff to take pride in themselves and the work that they do.
have at our heart collective worship, contributing towards the spiritual development of both children and adults.
provide high quality religious education that encourages children to consider all aspects of faith.
prioritise the safety of our children and staff within our Christian community.
provide support for good mental health and well-being of our children and staff so that all feel respected and valued.
ensure that our school gives children the opportunity to understand and respect difference and diversity knowing that we are all unique creations of God.
help our children to develop lifelong values so that they can contribute successfully to their local community and navigate an increasingly complex national and global community.
encourage all children, irrespective of background or ability, to flourish academically and creatively, thereby fulfilling their God-given potential so that they achieve their dreams.