Governors have decided on ten key values that they felt are important to the school.
The ten values were introduced and discussed in a series of assemblies and children voted for the five values which they felt that best represented the nature of their school. Parents then voted on the underpinning statements which they believe represent our School. These values are displayed in our school and frequently referred to in our day to day life.
Our approach to this emphasises the traditions that Wormegay is built on, that by working together we can have a strong and positive partnership for everyone involved in the school. This encourages inclusion and teamwork within our environment.
School always wants us to do our best – to push ourselves a bit further, teachers help us to reach our next goal.
We show respect for one another and for the adults in the school. We talk nicely to one another and treat each other with kindness.
We like to use our imagination; to sing,dance, paint, draw, play instruments, write stories, pretend to be other people and perform to audiences.
Share each other’s successes and cheer each other on!
If someone is sad, we ask them what is wrong and try to make them feel better.