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Visions and Values

Our Visions and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.

Our Vision

 

Together we Discover, Inspire, Nurture and Grow

 

Our Vision as a school community is to:

 

Discover and learn, always trying our best

 

Inspire a love of learning through exciting opportunities and a rich, creative curriculum

 

Nurture, care and respect everyone in our community

 

Grow by striving to achieve our full-potential.

 

 

 

Our Values

 

We believe that these core values ensure that we are a happy school.

 

Respect, Responsibility, Perseverance, Honesty, Kindness, Co-operation

 

Respect - we are respectful towards everybody, using our good manners.

Responsibility - we make good decisions for ourselves and look after one another and our school.

Perseverance - we always try your best and never give up!

Honesty - we tell the truth and can be trusted.

Kindness - we are kind and thoughtful towards everybody

Co-operation - we work and play well together.

 

 

Our Aims

 

  • To create a happy, healthy and safe environment. for all.
  • To inspire a love of learning by providing a high quality, carefully balanced curriculum that is stimulating, relevant and differentiated, enabling achievement and enjoyment for all our children. 
  • To develop children's number and language skills and promote creativity, natural curiosity and inspire imagination.
  • To develop children into independent learners and thinkers, acquiring the skills to allow them to become valued members of society.
  • To work together in partnership with children, staff, parents and Governors in order to support the ethos and development of our school.
  • To develop a sense of pride, respect, self-discipline and responsibility to ourselves, each other, our school and the wider community.
  • To encourage children to become involved in all aspects of school life including taking an active part in extra-curricular activities.
  • To help develop religious and moral values, so that children have tolerance and a will to understand the ways of other people, religions and races in the world in which we live.
  • Dinglewell Junior School,
  • Dinglewell,
  • Hucclecote,
  • Gloucester,
  • GL3 3HS,
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