Our Vision and Values

Wilbury Values

Our Vision Statement explains the school’s vision, aims and values. Click here to read a PDF version of the statement. This statement was updated recently by the whole staff, drawing on ideas from children and parents, and is key to the ethos of the school.

 

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We have three main values that are shared across the school: Respect, Determination and Responsibility. These are embedded in all that we do, they are shared in assemblies and every week a child from each department who has demonstrated the values in some way during the week, is chosen to receive the Values Medal. Their photo is then displayed on the ‘Values Wall’.

Our School has children from a wide range of backgrounds, cultures and religions. Inclusion is key to the ethos of the school where everyone is valued, whatever our difference. The school attained the Inclusion Quality Mark again recently and we work hard to involve everyone in school life. Parents are invited to assemblies throughout the year to celebrate Eid, Christmas, Harvest and Passover as well as other events such as Black History Month which we celebrate each year. In addition to this, we hold a special Eid celebration and various Christmas celebrations with the whole school joining together to celebrate each other’s festivals.

 

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Children at the heart of all we do!

 

Running alongside Wilbury’s School Values and the learning within lessons, we also teach the life skills which all children need if they are to be responsible, successful citizens. Click on the skills to see examples where children are demonstrating these skills in the everyday life of our school.

Building Responsibility and Resilience
Friendship Forming
Creativity and Problem Solving
Working Collaboratively

 

 

 

Building Responsibility and Resilience

 

As part of their Science ‘Healthy Eating’ topic, children in Year 4 are preparing a healthy snack.

Older children regularly read with younger children to promote citizenship and responsibility


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Friendship Forming 

Children playing in the playground


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Creativity and Problem Solving

Children are using concrete materials to solve a mathematical challenge.

During their Science topic ‘Electricity’, children were asked to create their own circuits using a variety of different materials.

Children are creating role plays as part of their topic on ‘Anglo Saxons’.

Display of art from ‘Arts Week’.

The use of artefacts to bring a topic alive for the children.

Children are using junk modelling to create their own Saxon village.


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Working Collaboratively 

Children are creating a dish during ‘Kinder Kitchen’.

Children are working together to investigate sounds using a variety of instruments.

Year 3 are working as a whole team to put on a production based on their topic, ‘Hills and Mountains’.

A group of children are playing together on the playground climbing frame.


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