Our Vision and Values
Let your light shine before others, that they may see your good deeds and glorify your Father in heaven’ Matthew 5:16
At The Three Schools, we want to develop children as citizens who make a difference to themselves; their peers and their community. We are all different; we are all unique; we all have strengths. We want our children to find their light and let it shine; and let God and ourselves be proud of who they are when they depart our schools and move on to their next adventure. We believe that teaching children the importance of ‘Love’, ‘Honesty’, ‘Respect’ and 'Forgiveness' will ensure our children become good citizens; they are aware of their strengths and abilities; and how to make a positive difference in society.
Our School Christian Values
The Christian character, ethos and values of our Church schools contribute to the academic achievement, 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.”
How was our Vision created?
In 2020, following the COVID-19 pandemic and Lockdowns, we decided to redefine our Vision and Values, we consulted with all stakeholders and children - we held several meetings with our Vision and Values Steering group.
The common themes were that we all want our children to leave The Three Schools with a sense of who they are; what their potential is and how they can achieve it; and how to be a good citizen. This led to us creating our vision. As a result of these discussions, we identified the values that we felt were important for achieving our vision.
“With HONESTY, RESPECT, FORGIVENESS and LOVE we persevere, succeed and shine.”