Vision and ValuesWe build strong relationships between our staff and children enabling them to trust and know that we will do the best we can for them. With this, children are able to use this experience to build strong, happy and healthy relationships with their peers in school, people in their community and out in the wider world.
As a Church school St Paul’s upholds Christian Values of:
Our School Prayer
Our school prayer was originally written by staff and children at St Paul's in 2008. This seeks to encompass are Christian School values and now emulates our school Christian Vision with adaptations made in July 2021. The prayer plays a vital role within our Whole School Collective Worships and is learned by all of the children and staff in our St Paul's family.
Our School, Community and World Vision Days
These days seek to share our Christian Vision with the children and staff of our school. They provide further opportunities to live out our vision in our school, community and world.
We have been putting our Christian values into action by raising money for a local charity Refugee Action in Somerset East (R.A.I.S.E) that helps refugees. We have raised over £800 in sponsored Golden Mile laps!
Our World: COP 26 2021
Our Geography Lead worked with the school Eco-Warriors to create a A Tree of Promises from the children's promises created during the COP 26 meeting in Glasgow. Each child wrote a promise they would like to make themselves and a promise that they would like world leaders to make.
St Paul’s CE VC Junior School recognises that the United Kingdom is continually evolving in its nature as a multi-cultural and multi faith society. In line with and as part of our Church School foundations, St Paul’s accepts admission from all those entitled to an education as part of British Law, including those of all faiths or none.
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These values are embedded and reflected throughout our curriculum and day-to-day life in our school.