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Value of the month : Responsibility

School Values

OUR SCHOOL VALUES

 

       

 

A Value is a principle that guides our behaviour and thinking.

 

At Deansbrook Infant School, every individual is valued for who they are and what they contribute to the school. Values are intended to support the personal, social and spiritual development of every pupil throughout the school.

The whole staff team and pupils are involved in promoting values and recognising where others are ‘living the values’. We also value our parents and carers contributions and encourage the values we share in school to be talked about and practised at home and within the community.

Each month the children learn about a new value through assemblies and it is integrated in the learning throughout the day. Values are displayed in a prominent position in the main school and Nursery with suggestions on how the children can show the value with supporting photographs and captions. Children are awarded certificates or stickers when achieving the value of the month. There are 11 values over the year which also link to the British Values.

 

School Values 2016-17

September

Friendship

October

Respect

November

Co-operation

December

Generosity

January

Determination

February

Courage

March

Compassion

April

Understanding (Tolerance)

May

Honesty

June

Responsibility

July

Appreciation

 

March

                            

 Compassion 

  

 

Compassion is understanding the feelings of others.

Compassion is having a warm heart.

Compassion is the desire to help others.

   

February

Courage

Courage is the strength to stand up to difficulties and fears and making choices.

Daring to attempt difficult things that are good

Courage is doing something you are a little afraid to do.

All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them

 

Value  Ambassadors  for  Courage

Gold

Emilia

 

Even  when unsure she is always putting her hand up and “having a go”, and is not afraid to make mistakes.

Silver

Wajed

 

For showing the courage to attempt to spell longer and more tricky words independently.

Turquoise

Irica

 

“Having a go” at tackling more challenging mathematics activities.

Green

Emily

 

For sliding down the pole on the climbing frame even when she felt scared.

Purple

Elif

 

For showing courage balancing on a bench in PE.

Orange

Maria

 

Always being brave enough to take on challenges she is unsure about.

 

January

Determination

Never giving up but to keep trying to do your best.

To set ourselves goals and work towards them.

Realising it is fine to make mistakes.

 

Gold

Mia

For never giving up with her Maths and always pushing and challenging herself.

Silver

Ahmed

For showing great determination when blending and reading.

Turquoise

Adam

For showing determination when sewing. He was determined to finish without help.

Green

Riley

For being determined to improve his handwriting.

Purple

  Myron  

For trying his hardest and sticking at things until they are right!

Orange

Jayden

For trying again and again and again to write a perfect sentence!

 

December

Generosity

 

 

It is important to be generous with our actions, our words, our time, with

  money and about generosity of spirit.

 

November

Co-operation

Taking turns, playing together

Cooperation is everyone helping to get something done.

Cooperation is working together toward a common goal.

Cooperation is working together with patience.

Value Ambassadors for Co-operation

Gold

Isra

 

For taking over the part of Alien 1 last week and learning it off by heart already.

Silver

Nicoleta

 

For always helping others in class.

Turquoise

Andreea

 

For always helping others.

Green

Mehreen

For helping both the adults and children in her class.

 

Purple

Myron and Ivan

For having patience and co-operating with each other in English.

Orange

Siddhi

 

He can co-operate with anyone you ask him to. He can even think of helpful compromises!

October

Respect

Respect is about feeling good about yourself.

Respect is listening to others.

Respect is treating other people nicely.

Respect is knowing others are valuable too.

 Value Ambassadors for Respect

Gold

Mason

 

For always being respectful to his classmates, adults and belongings.

Silver

Imogen

 

For always using lovely manners and respecting others in everything she does.

Turquoise

David A

 

For always showing respect by listening to others when they read their poems or own works.

Green

Blessing

For always listening to the adults and following instructions the first time.

 

Purple

Anastasia 

 

For always showing respect to the other children and adults in her class.

Orange

Amy

 

For always respecting her friends, class, teacher and her classroom.
 September  

Friendship

Sharing things with your friends, not just toys but ideas,

Treating your friends the way you want to be treated yourself,

Always telling your friend the truth

 

 Value Ambassadors for Friendship

Gold

Ikram M

 

For being a caring friend and helping friends when they are hurt or have no one to play with.

Silver

Loujane

 

For being a lovely friend who is always happy and smiling.

Turquoise

Eniade

 

For being a good friend.

Green

Emily For helping everyone in the class.

Purple

Yousra

 

For being a good friend to our new pupils.

Orange

Abdur-Rahman 

 

For always helping his friends do the right thing.

July

Appreciation

We tell someone how hard they have worked and we want the best for them

Thinking about others.

Taking time to say Thank You.

Thinking about manners and being polite to people.

Taking time to listen.

Value  Ambassadors  for  Appreciation

Gold

Aarav

 

Always appreciative of all that is done for him from staff and children and always says thank you.

Silver

Aaryan

 

Always shows appreciation of his friends and teachers. He is polite and grateful at all times.

Turquoise

Yulin

 

Always appreciative to her friends and adults in the classroom. Always has beautiful manners and says thank you.

Green

Ikram

 

Always appreciating everything we do and saying thank you.

Purple

Leona

 

Always kind to her friends and very helpful when something needs doing.

Orange

Gabriela  

 

Always listening and helpful when we need something explained to a friend or another child.

June

Responsibility

 

 

The ability to make and act upon appropriate and sensible decisions.

To recognise the consequences of one’s actions.

To take care of oneself and one’s property.

Responsibility is doing my share of the work.

Responsibility is taking care of things.

Responsibility is helping others when they need help.

Responsibility is helping to make a better world.

 Value  Ambassadors  for  Responsibility

Gold

Klea

 

Always being responsible for her work, her classroom, jobs and responsibilities within school.

Silver

Anoushka 

 

Always being a responsible member of the class helping to keep the classroom tidy and organised.

Turquoise 

Diya

Always taking responsibility for her learning by trying difficult challenges.

Green

Naiara

Always doing jobs very sensibly.

Purple

Leona

Always very responsible and great at doing jobs in the class.

Orange

Nicoletta

Always taking her school responsibilities seriously and helping others to do the same.

May

Honesty

 

Honesty is telling what really happened,

Honesty is telling the truth,

Honesty is about saying things in a kind, thoughtful way,

Honesty is showing and sharing their feelings,

Value  Ambassadors  for  Honesty

Gold

Keira

For always telling the truth.

Silver

Karam

He is always honest and tells the truth in every situation.

Turquoise 

Oliver

For giving honest answers in the “Pupil Voice” activity.

Green

Mason

For telling the truth even when he may get into trouble.

Purple

Enaide

For telling the truth even when others are not willing to do so.

Orange

Muhammad 

He knows when to tell the truth and always does-even when it is difficult.

 

 

April

Understanding

(Tolerence)

 

We need to understand other people’s feelings

We have to understand each other’s differences and value them – culture, beliefs and abilities

 Show empathy for others

 

   

                    He was understanding towards his      She showed tolerance towards

                     partner letting him finish the work                       a friend

                               before taking a turn

 

Value  Ambassadors for Understanding & Tolerence

Gold

Andrew     

Understanding and tolerance towards another child when they were upset and being hurtful.

Silver

Connie

Showing understanding and tolerance to a friend in class.

Turquoise  

Kurtay

When working with another child he learnt to be tolerant and understanding about his partner finishing his work before taking a turn.

Green

Dora

Understanding that some children need help with their learning

Purple

Daniel

Understanding other peoples differences and showing patience with them and trying to help

Orange

Imogen

Always treating all children in the school kindly, regardless of their differences.

                                                                                

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