Values Passport

Our Values Passport has been designed as a set of challenges and activities that link to our core values of COURAGE, COMPASSION, THANKFULNESS, FELLOWSHIP and WISDOM. Some activities are easier to complete, others are more challenging; some activities will need to be completed at home, others can be completed in school; some activities can be completed quickly, other activities will take a longer period of time.

In the document, there are tables in which to record the activities your child decides to complete. Recording can be done electronically or by hand. Separate Word documents of each value that can be added to electronically if you prefer this way of recording, or the powerpoint version can be printed and completed by hand. Paper copies are available if required, from the school office.

If wishing to be considered for an award, Values Passports must be returned to the headteacher by 930am on Monday 11th July.  ( )

This launch is being seen as a ‘trial run’. There is not much time until the end of the school year so it has been decided that at least 3 activities should be recorded in each Values section. Fifteen tasks ( 5 values, 3 tasks) or more are necessary to be able to qualify for an award. All returned Passports will be studied by the Chair of Governors and the Headteacher. On completion of the set amount of tasks each child will be presented with an enamel school badge. The Head teacher’s decision is final.

Church School Documents