We will all do our best to behave in a way which shows… 

Respect for Learning (Proverbs 16:16)

Attending: each day and arriving on time for school and lessons

Prepared: Bring everything we need to lessons

Listening: One voice in the room so that the thoughts and answers of all are respected

Behaving: Be on task throughout the lesson – making it easy for everyone to learn and for the teacher to teach 

Respect for Self (1 Cor 3:16-17)

Uniform: Wearing our uniform properly and proudly

Integrity: Always doing the right thing, even when others are not looking

Best: Doing our best and taking pride in all class and independent learning

Care: Taking good care of ourselves, our property and our time 

Respect for Others (Matthew 22:39; Mark 12:31)

Kind: Being courteous, co-operative, friendly and showing consideration for other people’s feelings and points of view

Humble: Always thinking the best for others before ourselves, being respectful in victory and defeat

Language: Always speaking in a respectful way towards students and staff, never using racist, sexist or homophobic terms

Safe: Moving around the school safely and sensibly, taking care of other people’s property 

Respect for the School (Romans 12:3-13)

Following school rules and school routines

Taking good care of property and the environment, in and around the school

Making sure we always give the right impression of the school

Playing an active part in helping improve the school and the local community 

We should always endeavour to:


As we are all Children of God and made in his image and likeness (Genesis 1:26-27) this is how we expect to treat each other. This will aid us to help live out the Gospel Values in our community.