At the heart of our school are a set of core values. These underpin our whole curriculum, school life and some of the important aspects of citizenship we hold as key British Values. Our Values act as solid foundations for children to develop a strong character and sense of identity.
Rolleston School values are
Rule of Law
Every Monday we hold an assembly based around these values - these values are reinforced through the school week during all lessons, circle time and in the playground.
Through a Values centred education, the community of Rolleston Primary School aims to:
- Provide a calm and caring community where all children and adults are valued equally.
- Raise expectations and secure positive attitudes to learning
- Achieve a real, measurable and beneficial difference in behaviour and conduct
- Strive for happiness and a positive, responsible attitude towards school life
- Ensure pupils and adults are challenged to reach the next step and reach their potential
- Achieve the highest standards possible in supporting pupils to achieve
- Encourage pupils to become creative and independent learners, using a variety of learning styles
- Promote values to pupils in every aspect of school
- Develop self-confidence and self-discipline
- Respect and value others
- Have excellent support and guidance from all staff in partnership with parents and governors
- Encourage our school community to make healthy choices
- Have a personal pride in being part of our school and the wider community
- Staff to model the school and fundamental British Values such as mutual respect and tolerance and the law
For all staff working in the school to:
- Have high expectations of what each child can achieve.
- Teach effectively, using a suitable approach, allowing children to learn and understand.
- Promote values in the way in which adults interact with each other and pupils.
- Uphold public trust in the profession and maintain high standards of ethics and behaviour.
For the curriculum to:
- Teach a broad, balanced and relevant curriculum.
- Teach the National Curriculum to all children at all levels, according to their age and ability.
- Ensure children are prepared to become responsible citizens.
- Provide planned opportunities that develop attitudes and skills of pupils.
- Qualitative improvement in pupils’ behaviour and attitudes.
- Quantitative improvement in standards and academic achievement.
- Improved ethos, relationships and pupil behaviour.
- Improved working conditions for children and staff.
- A curriculum that develops spirituality and enables children to develop as reflective and responsible learners.