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Individual Liberty

Individual Liberty

As adults we have freedom of speech and freedom of choice.


In our school:

  • We express of views freely and can agree and disagree;
  • We are encouraged to make choices about our learning;
  • We campaign for causes we care about;
  • We learn to challenge and be assertive and deal with conflict constructively;
  • We take part in competition whilst promoting good sportsmanship;
  • We take risks and explore in safe environments;
  • We celebrate success when others achieve;
  • We choose to participate in a range of activities.

Always Ambassadors


At the end of each half term, the staff in each class choose two children that are always amazing ambassadors. These children are then awarded 'Always Certificates' in our Praise Assembly.

Supporting Others

At school, the children are always discussing how important it is to help and look after others. They have come up with lots of charities that they would like to help and different ways that we can help. They have decided:

Autumn 1:

Pine and Sycamore - Macmillan Coffee Morning - Friday 27th September

Leadership Team - Save Oscar Day - Monday 30th September

Birch Class - Harvest Festival - Thursday 17th October

Autumn 2:

Sports Ambassadors - Jump Rope for Heart - British Heart Foundation - Friday 22nd November 

Leadership Team - Christmas Jumper Day - Friday 13th December 

Macmillan Coffee Morning

Save Oscar Day - hand in hand with The Leadership Team

Harvest Festival

Christmas Jumper Day for Save the Children

The Rights for Kids Programme

Ten Year 5 children have been selected to take part in the ‘Peace Maker’ programme. Chloe and Maya couldn’t wait to tell us all about individual rights to clean water and toilets. We are very lucky in this country and we take our toilets for granted. The girls have asked that we ‘twin a toilet’. Please see for more information about this wonderful project.

Supporting ‘Bird Watch 2019’