Our Values

Our School Values guide our personal development to enable confident, independent, and
resilient learners who are Christ like citizens. They are embedded in all that we do and are
reflected in the choices and decisions we make.

Our Mission - Learning and Challenge Rooted in Faith. 

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Our School Values 

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Fundamental British Values

Our curriculum will give children the opportunity to understand:


DemocracyTo be part of a system where everyone plays an equal part. At St
Benedict’s, children play an active role in voting for School Councillors, House
Captains, Vice Captains, and our Eco-Team. Children are aware that they live in a
democratic society where they are entitled to a vote and a voice.

Tolerance of those of Different Faiths and Beliefs - To learn about the wider
community through the study of other world faiths. Children look at other faiths and
explore and discover the similarities with their own. They mutually respect that we all
have different beliefs and values.

Mutual Respect - To be respectful of all points of view and opinions. At St
Benedict’s we demonstrate mutual respect for both adults and children within school
and the wider community. Children are given responsibility to help and support each
other via: our Pupil Chaplaincy Team, School Council, House Captains, Vice
Captains, Eco-Team, Librarians, JRSO, Lunch Crew and our playground leadership
programme (Sports Crew). These leadership roles establish as ethos of working
together to ensure all children achieve their personal best.

Individual Liberty – To be free and be given opportunities to express views or
ideas. Our children are provided with a secure and happy environment which allows
them to think about and make informed choices in their lives both in and out of
school. Our curriculum enables children to be passionately involved in both school
and community- based activities of their choice.

Rule of Law – To learn that all people and institutions are subject to and
accountable for their actions and behaviour. To know that as a school we follow a
rule of law (golden rules), the reasons behind them and the consequences that apply
when they are broken.

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Our Values

Our School Values guide our personal development to enable confident, independent, and
resilient learners who are Christ like citizens. They are embedded in all that we do and are
reflected in the choices and decisions we make.

Our Mission - Learning and Challenge Rooted in Faith. 

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Our School Values 

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Fundamental British Values

Our curriculum will give children the opportunity to understand:


DemocracyTo be part of a system where everyone plays an equal part. At St
Benedict’s, children play an active role in voting for School Councillors, House
Captains, Vice Captains, and our Eco-Team. Children are aware that they live in a
democratic society where they are entitled to a vote and a voice.

Tolerance of those of Different Faiths and Beliefs - To learn about the wider
community through the study of other world faiths. Children look at other faiths and
explore and discover the similarities with their own. They mutually respect that we all
have different beliefs and values.

Mutual Respect - To be respectful of all points of view and opinions. At St
Benedict’s we demonstrate mutual respect for both adults and children within school
and the wider community. Children are given responsibility to help and support each
other via: our Pupil Chaplaincy Team, School Council, House Captains, Vice
Captains, Eco-Team, Librarians, JRSO, Lunch Crew and our playground leadership
programme (Sports Crew). These leadership roles establish as ethos of working
together to ensure all children achieve their personal best.

Individual Liberty – To be free and be given opportunities to express views or
ideas. Our children are provided with a secure and happy environment which allows
them to think about and make informed choices in their lives both in and out of
school. Our curriculum enables children to be passionately involved in both school
and community- based activities of their choice.

Rule of Law – To learn that all people and institutions are subject to and
accountable for their actions and behaviour. To know that as a school we follow a
rule of law (golden rules), the reasons behind them and the consequences that apply
when they are broken.

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