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Windmill Primary School

Inspire, Believe, Achieve

Windmill Church of England Primary School

Inspire, Believe, Achieve

The School Vision

Inspire, Believe, Achieve

 The vision captures, in three words, our aim for our children to be socially, morally, spiritually and academically ready for their future. Our children will be an inspiration to the others, with the courage and conviction to be advocates for those who are disadvantaged, treated unfairly or are not included. Our children will believe in themselves and have the confidence to take risks, the resilience to try again and the knowledge that God is with them on life’s journey. Our children will flourish academically and be equipped with the knowledge and skill they require in order to be happy, respectful, compassionate members of society

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Our vision for our children is underpinned by Paul’s encouragement to Timothy to be a young leader and example to others in the way they stand up for others, behave with dignity, love all of God’s people and have a deep sense of what is morally right.

 

‘Don’t let anyone look down on you because you are young, but set an example for the believers in speech, in conduct, in love, in faith and act with integrity.’

 

1 Timothy 4:12

The School's Christian Values 

On Monday September 26th 2016, parents, Governors, children and staff met together with our Kirklees Learning Partner, David Ravenhill and Rev Gill Johnson to discuss the values we wish to see and encourage in our children. It was a great evening, full of debate and discussion about what each 'Windmill' child should have in their metaphorical back-pack when they leave our school at the end of KS2. We will use the discussion and decision made during this evening to reshape our ethos statement.