Our Vision and Values
At Churchmead we will live and celebrate "Life in all its fullness" with:
⇒ The COURAGE to take up new opportunities
⇒ The COMPASSION to help and support one another
⇒ The COMMITMENT to our learning and our community
⇒ Living out our school motto " BELIEVE TO ACHIEVE"
The COURAGE to take up new opportunities
We are a community that provides and embraces new opportunities. We are all encouraged to develop leadership that makes a positive difference to the lives of other people.
The will of the Father
The COMPASSION to help and support one another
We are a community built on compassion and love. Having respect for ourselves, our neighbours and supporting and our community. We welcome students of all abilities and celebrate the diversity of cultures, backgrounds and talents that staff, students and parents bring to the school.
The love of Jesus
The COMMITMENT to our learning and our community
We are a learning community that has high expectations of ourselves and others. We aim to make a difference to our community. We take pride in developing academic achievement, resilience, and confidence. We offer the best guidance within a supportive Christian environment.
The work of the Holy Spirit
Believe to Achieve
Our school motto Believe to Achieve underpins all that we do at Churchmead. We aspire to excel in all that we do and we never give up. We believe everyone has something special to contribute.
Our values Courage, Compassion, Commitment are based on the Trinity of God and celebrate “life in all its fullness.” John 10:10.
The school vision has been developed from our biblical verse “life in all its fullness” John 10:10. The continued development of our vision is to fit the needs of the local community and wider world. All pupils in the school can articulate our vision and values.
Our School prayer has also been revised overtime to reflect our vision and has been adapted by our students and is reviewed by our Worship Committee each academic year. In addition to our school prayer we have a weekly prayer that is linked to our weekly theme and current events. The prayers are chosen or written by students, teachers and the wider community.