Vision and Values

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Vision and Values
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It is believed that as many as 65% of today’s students will be employed in jobs that don’t yet exist, which means preparing our young people for the future world of work has never been more challenging. 
The British Council 2024

Meldreth Primary School is committed to exemplary teaching and learning. 

It is our aim to encourage and support all members of the school community to succeed in and value learning. The success of our mission is focused around our vision to deliver outstanding educational provision so that our children become…

  • responsible, independent individuals who have the knowledge and attitudes to contribute to and be successful in an ever-changing world
  • creative, imaginative thinkers and risk takers who enjoy challenge and love solving problems
  • respectful and resilient learners
Our curriculum focuses on giving children the opportunity to grow into creative and compassionate citizens ready to shape the future for themselves.
Your child will be challenged to achieve high standards, through a rich and varied curriculum. We are a school where all members of the school community have equal access to learning opportunities and enjoy learning and growing together.
Our values - aspire...enjoy...achieve
Aspire - we believe that all pupils can achieve academic and personal success
Enjoy -  we believe that everyone deserves to be treated with care and compassion
Achieve - we believe that we all achieve more when we work together as a team

Our assemblies are very important times of the day for coming together, reflecting on our lives and learning about the world around us.

Monday morning assemblies are extra special times when we often think about values, inspirational people, different religions and charity work. We have lots of visitors and speakers to these assemblies and sometimes our pupil leaders present our assemblies.

When we reflect on our learning during these assemblies and afterwards, we are thinking about how we can learn from others to respect the world and to help to make it a better place.

Our assemblies regularly include:

  • Learning about the beliefs, backgrounds, practices and/or celebrations of different religions and/or cultures
  • Exploring half termly values such as respect, honesty, courage, compassion, equality 
  • The work of charities including Children In Need, NSPCC
  • Celebrating national and international focus days or weeks such as World Peace Day, Anti Bullying Week, Book Week 
We are always striving to do even better! Your feedback is vital in helping us to provide the best school possible for your children.