From the Head Teacher, Mr Dee
‘Love of Learning, Love of Life’
Vision for Hurstbourne Tarrant Church of England Primary School.
Through our Christian values of Respect, Honesty, Care and Love, we aim to ensure that our school is a place which enables children to fulfil their journey together in mutual respect within an environment that enables children to have a positive purpose in life being true to themselves and others.
We want Hurstbourne Tarrant C of E Primary School to be a place recognised for its forward thinking approach to education, where children receive a well rounded education and make at least expected progress.
We want our school to be a place where people work and play alongside each other happily and harmoniously.
We would like Hurstbourne Tarrant to boast a stunning internal and external environment where focused learning, creativity and fun are the basis of the exciting curriculum.
We want people to comment on how they ‘always enjoy visiting our school’.
Our School has 5 Ethos Values - REACH. 3 of these are core Christian values which represent us as Church of England (Controlled) Primary School.
Respect - In our school we will be polite, think about how others feel and show respect for everyone and everything.
Effort - In our school we will always try our best.
Aim High - In our school we will aim high and set ourselves new challenges
Care and Love - In our school we will care and love ourselves, each other and our environment!
Honesty - In our school we will be honest with one another in our work and play
We encourage all of our children to reach for the stars!
Alongside these we also have a learning toolbox which are a set of skills that will help us achieve in all of these areas as well as allowing us all to be prepared for our future lives. They are:
To co-operate together with others, communicating ideas and information, to accomplish a shared goal.
Being able to say what you want or need.
Knowing who and how to ask for help.
Being able to listen to others.
Communicate appropriately in different situations.
Using manners and being polite.
Visual communication – body language.
Keep on trying even though things might be difficult.
Try all the ways you know to solve the problem.
Know when and who to ask for help.
Complete the task and see things through to the end.
Practice makes perfect!
Someone who can think for themselves, is organised, self reliant and knows when and where to get help.
If you looked in the mirror what skills would you see?
Am I proud of what I have achieved?
Have I done my best?
How can I improve it?
Was this a good choice?
Who can I ask for help?
CONFIDENCE COMES FROM SUCCESS!
To show confidence you demonstrate the ability to have self belief in your own ideas or actions without worrying about failure.