It is our values that determine our thinking and behaviour. Our values help us to make good decisions that will have a positive impact on our own wellbeing and that of others.
At Whitnash Primary we are keen to ensure that all children develop a moral attitude that will positively affect their behaviour and contribute to the peace and well being of our school, community and wider society.
These values are promoted in our weekly headteacher assemblies and embedded in the ethos of our school through our interactions with children and our PSHE curriculum.
Helping one another. Working together with patience. Collective effort to reach a goal.
Being fair. Doing my share of the work. Taking care of myself and others.
Choice. Living with dignity. Rights are balanced with responsibilities.
Accepting myself and others. Knowing we are all different. Being understanding and open minded.
Telling the truth. Trust. Being true to yourself and to others.
Knowing I am unique and valuable. Liking who I am. Listening to others.
The quality of being trustworthy or of performing consistently well.
The ability to show strength of character in a difficult situation.
Persistence in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success.
The ability to understand and share the feelings of another.
A strong feeling of support to one another.
A feeling of deep pleasure or satisfaction from personal achievements, the achievements of others, or from qualities or belongings that are admired.