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Tudor Primary School

Values

Raising the profile of VALUES at Tudor...

Values based Education (VbE)

At Tudor Primary School it is our aim to raise standards by promoting a school ethos that is underpinned by core values.  These values support the development of the whole child as a reflective learner within a calm, caring, happy and purposeful atmosphere.

At Tudor, we give regular thought to how values can be used to support the child as a reflective learner and promote quality teaching and learning.

Children who showed respect during the month of February, and were nominated by their families, class teacher or peers were:

Haadia, Amelie, Ruby, Ellis, Devon (Year1); Isabella, Ray, Zanam, Summer-Eve, Junior (Year 2); Chloe B, Timea;  Cherish-Skye (Year 3); Jahnavi, Tania, Karthika, Erin (Year 4); Poppy, Renata, Archie, Charlie K, Jake, Aleena, Jessica, Lucy (Year5); Aislyn, Daisy, Annamaria, William F, Ethan R, Nawal, Liam, Charlotte, Amy M, Daniel, Kayleigh, Angelin (Year 6)

Congratulations to all those respectful children.

 

The value for the month of March is 'Responsibility'.

This value is one of our three core principles and is at the heart of everything we do in school.  Throughout March we will focus on what Responsibility really means and what we have to be responsible for.  In assemblies and PSHE lessons, we will learn about being responsible for our words and actions. We need to be responsible around school and make sensible choices about the way we behave. We will also talk about taking responsibility for our learning – using our initiative, putting lots of effort into our learning and taking on that extra challenge to keep making progress.

The class assemblies this month will continue to go through our school rules which are based on our three core principles of:

Be kind

Be respectful

Be responsible

It would be very helpful for you to reinforce these at home. 

I am sure you will be extremely proud if your child is noticed demonstrating this value.  May I also encourage you to send in any anecdotes about how your child has been Responsible at home or in the community.

 

Also, read our values newsletter for more ideas (see below).

We will be working hard to demonstrate and celebrate this value through all we do this month.