Our Vision is for every child leaving Roseberry Primary School to be a confident and happy individual and to have achieved the skills that will secure a successful future and make them valuable members of the community and wider world.
We share the vision developed by our children:
- We want our education to be fun, exciting and different.
- We want to leave Roseberry Primary School with happy memories.
- We want to achieve the best that we can.
- We want everyone to have respect for each other.
- We want children to get along and behave sensibly.
At Roseberry, we believe that our vision and our mission statement support the development of British Values including: democracy; the rule of law; individual liberty; mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. We believe that our school ethos is based on respect for all and promotes preparation for the future:
Respect for all; promoting excellence; successful confident individuals
As a school, we also value and celebrate the rich heritage of Britain. Our curriculum topics ensure that pupils have the opportunity to learn about our local community as well as other areas in Britain.
We celebrate key events in the country; most recently the Rugby World Cup and Remembrance Day. Over recent years, we have also celebrated the births of the Royal Prince and Princess, The Para Olympics and The World Cup.
Assemblies uphold the traditional values of empathy, respect and tolerance. These are also taught through PSHE/Circle time and RE lessons and on an informal basis throughout the school day.
The map below identifies how we promote these values across school
British Values at Roseberry Primary School