School Vision and Values
Our aim at Crowle Church of England First School is to provide an education of the highest quality underpinned by Christian ethos and values, based on the life and teaching of Jesus, to children of all backgrounds and abilities. We offer an education which aims to meet the needs of pupils both academically and in terms of spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. As a church school we welcome children of all faiths and none but we ask that parents and children support our Christian values and ethos.
We believe in the importance of promoting core Christian Values that help to make our school distinctive and which underpin our philosophy. We explore these values through collective worship (assemblies), in lessons including RE and in the everyday life of the school. We also promote fundamental British Values.
By clicking on the links to the right of the 'School Values' heading, you can find further information.
The Diocese of Worcester Multi Academy Trust (DoWMAT) will, through its mission statement ‘to love, to learn, to serve’, enable all its academies to flourish so that all stakeholders can ‘live life in all its fullness’. (John 10:10)
For pupils to grow and learn in schools where, as children of God, their individual qualities are nurtured, to give them fulfilment, self-worth, the skills to contribute to society and confidence in the future
For staff, accorded dignity and respect, to be enabled to become the very best practitioners that they can be, inspiring, sharing a joy for learning and aspiration
For academies to be hospitable to diversity, to become the centre of their communities as places of nurture and beacons of educational excellence
For all learning to be centred in relationships based upon compassion, generosity, truth–telling, forgiveness and reconciliation
For academies to be resourced and supported so that all pupils within the DoWMAT are enabled to flourish, reaching their potential whatever their starting points
To ensure staff and governors access high quality professional development so that standards of teaching and learning are excellent
For academic rigour to be set in the context of rich curricular and extra-curricular opportunities for learning
For academies to be places where explicit Christian values, collective worship, religious education and opportunities for reflection nurture the spiritual and moral growth of pupils
To fulfil the wider vision of the Church of England, serving our communities through the work of local academies
To ensure academies are places of safety for pupils and staff where needs are met with dignity and respect
To offer help and advice to those who lead our academies at all levels so that they are well equipped to face the challenges ahead
To ensure that members, directors and trust staff understand the pressures and challenges of
education in the 21st century ensuring that those leading and teaching in our academies are resourced and supported