ST MARY'S FIELDS PRIMARY SCHOOL VISION AND VALUES
St Mary's Fields Primary Primary School is a welcoming and friendly school
We are committed to raising educational achievement and we believe that our broad and balanced curriculum effectively prepares children for the next stage of their education and life in modern Britain.
At St Mary's Fields Primary School the health and safety, safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all children is of paramount importance.
St Mary's Fields Primary School Vision:
We aim to provide a safe and friendly environment where children are motivated and want to learn more and do more.
St Mary's Fields Vision:
At St-Mary's Fields Primary School we are committed to ensuring that each child reaches their potential and develops an enthusiasm for lifelong learning. Our vision is for the children to leave St Mary's as confident, independent, respectful and self-motivated young people equipped with the academic, social and emotional skills to take on their next challenge. During the children’s school they will take part in our ‘Route to Resilience’ work where children work on 19 character muscles.
We are …
The Character Muscles
We need to develop our …character muscles.
Communication, Risk Taking,
Self-Control, Confidence, Resilience
Communication, Enthusiasm, Curiosity, Imagination, Concentration, Perseverance, Reasoning,
Problem Solving, Independence
Communication, Inclusiveness, Honesty, Cooperation, Respect, Empathy, Gratitude
Curiosity: A strong desire to know or learn something. Asking questions to learn more.
Imagination: Forming new ideas, images, or concepts
Risk-Taking: The ability to face challenges, even if they are daunting. Appropriate risk-taking is trying things even if they may fail. This includes courage.
Enthusiasm: Ready and keen to learn all there is to know, and to contribute and enjoy.
Concentration: The act of focusing your attention. The art of not being distracted.
Attention: to watch, listen and think about something carefully with interest.
Independence: Not relying on others to do things for you. Showing that you can learn to do things for yourself.
Inclusiveness: Allowing others to join in and not limiting yourself to certain people.
Communication: Listening politely and respecting other people’s ideas. Sharing your own ideas freely and clearly with others.
Independence: Not dependant or reliant on something or something else
Perseverance: Not giving up even when something is difficult, or you’d rather be doing something else. This includes determination.
Reasoning: The ability to think, talk, and write about things in a logical, sensible way. May involve seeing other points of view.
Co-operation: The ability to work together. May involve compromise or self-sacrifice
Respect: Admiring someone, and also listening to others and considering their views.
Confidence: Believing in yourself and your abilities. Not being shy of trying.
Honesty: Being honest and telling the truth. Doing the ‘right thing.’
Key Stage 2
Self-Control: Restraining yourself from doing something that may not be appropriate at the time.
Improving: To make something better, in any way, than it already is.
Problem Solving: Using a variety of strategies and resources to help you solve something difficult. May involve perseverance.
Empathy: The ability to understand other people’s feelings, and find the best way to help or comfort them when they need it.
Humility: Being modest and not showing off.
Gratitude: Being thankful and showing appreciation.
Resilience: The ability to recover from difficulties.