Our Christian Values
Our School Christian Values
The Christian character, ethos and values of our Church schools contribute to the academic acheievement, personal development and well-being of all learners, regardless of their ability or background. Through the distinctively Christian character of our schools, we develop children's understanding of our Christian values; Honesty Respect Forgiveness and Love
Honesty (Hebrews 6:18) "So God has given both his promise and his oath. These two things are unchangeable because it is impossible for God to lie.”
Respect (Matthew 7:12) “So in everything, do to others, what you would have them do to you.”
Forgiveness (Colossians 3:13) "Just as the Lord has forgiven you, so you must also forgive others."
Love (John 4:8, 16). “Love is both what God is and what he has done; God always acts in love.”
“With HONESTY, RESPECT, FORGIVENESS and LOVE we persevere, succeed and and shine.”
Christian Values 'SHINE' Awards
Every week, we celebrate children who demonstrate our Christian Values by presenting them with an award in assembly. The children recognise the importance of our values and they strive to let their SHINE within school and our wider community.
Christian Values Wristbands
Children and staff have the opportunity to receive a 'Values' Wristband if they are shown to demonstrate one of our schools values. Staff and pupils are able to nominate recipients of a Wristband, this is such an effective way of ensuring our Values are meaningful to all of the school community. We all recognise the importance of our values and we strive to SHINE within school and our wider community at all times.
The Church of England’s Vision for Education states a core desire that children will experience life in all its fullness (John 10:10). At The Three Schools, we believe that exploring Spirituality by educating the whole child and providing full life experiences meets this desire.
We define Spirituality as an ongoing, reflective journey. At The Three Schools, we explore with the children what their light is and how they can let it shine. We want our children to know that we are all different; we are all unique but God has given us all strengths that we can develop and achieve our potential. Spirituality enables our children to be aim high, achieve success and SHINE, as reflected in our motto.