This subject is managed by Miss Robjant
At Vittoria we believe that children should feel valued, safe and secure. For this to happen, children must have a sense of connection to our members of staff. Strong, positive relationships between pupils and staff are therefore at the forefront of our practise.
At Vittoria, we strive to create confident, resilient and well-rounded children who have an aspiration for self-improvement and are able to compete equally with their peers in a world beyond school life.
We recognise that all students need to develop spiritually, morally, socially and culturally. This development allows them to make sense of their world. Through our rich RE, PSHE and P4C (Philosophy for Children) lessons we help students develop an informed and balanced view on world events, beliefs and values of others.
We recognise that the personal development of students, spiritually, morally, socially and culturally, plays a significant part in their ability to learn and achieve.
The development of spiritual, moral, social, cultural and British Values is a key aspect of our school curriculum and is the golden thread running through our school ethos and daily life. Through our planning, together with enriching experiences, children have the opportunity to explore values and beliefs, including religious beliefs, and the way in which they impact on people’s lives.
At Vittoria Primary School we strive to provide an inclusive environment ensuring children are successful learners, who are equipped with the secure foundations to lead a successful life in modern day Britain.
We aim to inspire children to have high aspirations and to make positive contributions to their school community and wider community.
Our behaviour policy is something we are really proud of at Vittoria. It equips our children to be reflective, enabling children to develop an understanding of their own and others’ feelings and emotions and the way in which our actions impact on other people. We encourage children to self regulate their emotions and teach them some strategies to help.
Through assemblies, we aim to provide an all-inclusive opportunity to build and reinforce community values; reflect on and understand elements of life which are of value and worth; provide a variety of opportunities for spiritual, moral, social, cultural and intellectual development; provide opportunities for expressing shared experiences and interests and for celebrating special occasions together.
We continue to look for ways to involve our parents and carers in our school community, inviting them to pupil celebrations and assemblies.