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Visions and Values

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This display shows our six school values on the signpost and on the swans. The Star rules are in the sky and our 5R learning attributes are on the teddy bears.
Our Community Code is at Kingsbury Primary we 'Reach for the Stars'

At Kingsbury Primary School our vision and values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our pupils as confident, happy citizens.


 We value and respect all members of our school community. We encourage and inspire all to be resilient learners with high aspirations.  We work to ensure that all children will receive an excellent education and achieve high academic standards. We provide a safe, happy and vibrant learning environment, which develops their sense of responsibility and enables them to be confident and caring citizens of the wider world.


We do this by

  • Involving pupils, staff, parents and the wider community in our learning.

  • Providing a rich and positive learning environment and broad and balanced curriculum which inspires creativity and enthusiasm for learning in all.

  • Inspiring children to have high aspirations and ambition

  • Providing high quality teaching and a variety of teaching strategies to enable pupils to achieve high standards

  • Using a wide range of resources effectively to support and challenge learning

  • Enabling pupils to work independently and collaboratively to achieve success of which they are proud of.

  • Developing learners with high self esteem, confidence and self discipline, by recognising and celebrating achievements in all areas of life

  • Making our school a safe and happy community in which we all feel valued and respect and accept others, enabling everyone to make valuable contributions.

  • Developing understanding and mutual respect of all individuals, groups and their beliefs or views to maintain positive relationships.

  • Providing experiences, which will develop our pupils’ spiritual, moral and cultural understanding

  • ensuring we have provide a caring and nurturing experience for all.


Our School Values are

* Respect 

* Happiness 

* Honesty 

* Confidence 

* Friendship 

* Nurture


To embed our values we have opportunities for classes to explore them either through classes coming together for a whole school assembly to share their joint presentations about a value, we have been treated to a version of Aretha Franklins song 'Respect', a poem written by pupils and the Toy Story song 'You've got a friend in me', A dance from from Pinocchio, Maria's song 'I have confidence' from the Sound of Music. Joint displays and work on our sewn banners have also been important. These are regularly referred to during assemblies.



These underpin our school community code

S - stay safe and be responsible

T - try your best at all times

A - always listen carefully and follow instructions

R - respect yourself, others and property

S - say and do kind things


Our aim is for the children to be able to explain what sort of behaviour they are using and what value it is displaying.  In time we would aim for this to be used at home and in the wider community of our school. We will ask children if they are showing STARS behaviour wherever they are in school.

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Promoting Fundamental British Values

In accordance with The Department for Education we aim to actively promote British values in schools to ensure young people leave school prepared for life in modern Britain. Pupils are encouraged to regard people of all faiths, races and cultures with respect and tolerance and understand that while different people may hold different views about what is ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, all people living in England are subject to its law.

The Key British Values are:


·         democracy

·         rule of law

·         individual liberty

·         mutual respect

·         tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs

Picture 1 Our own KS2 elections and polling station
Picture 2 Lily casting her vote, learning about democracy
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