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School Values

School Values


Our School Values at Pennington Church of England Junior School


Christian values are elements of our life that we find to be most important as individuals and as a community. They influence our behaviour and our motives and help us to understand how we should live our lives at school and in the wider community. The school's values are rooted in the life and teaching of Jesus Christ and are distinctively Christian.




"Love is patient, love is kind." - 1 Corinthians 13:4

Love is at the heart of the Christian faith. The love of God is boundless and never fails. Jesus tells us to love our neighbours as we love ourselves. Sharing God's love with everyone is very important in our daily lives.




"Whatever you wish that others would do to you, do also to them." - Matthew 7:12

Showing respect for others is essential in our daily lives. It means being aware of and understanding differences in religion, race, age, gender, opinions and beliefs. Everyone is unique and precious to God and therefore deserves to be treated with respect at all times.



"Stand firm in your faith, be courageous, be strong." -1 Corinthians 16: 13-14

Courage helps us to stand up for the things which we know are right. At Pennington C of E Junior School, children are encouraged to be strong and to persevere when facing difficulties or challenges. Faith in God helps us to be courageous and strong.



"We must be determined to run the race that is ahead of us" - Hebrews 12:1

We can persevere in lots of different things. We might have to persevere to learn a skill so that you can get on a sports team. It might take a matter of a few goes or maybe many months or even years to achieve your goal. Perseverance can, at times, be really difficult as you don’t feel like you’re getting anywhere but you just have to keep going.


School Vision


 We strive to be the best we can be through our shared values. A leaflet / flyer reflecting these values is available from the school office

Collective Worship


We work very closely with St Marks Parish Church and celebrate regularily in school and in the church building, participating in a variety of projects together. We have highlights just a few of them below.

Our Autumn 1 collective worship focuses on Respect and Friendship. 

If you click on the video link - you can see the Collective Workship that we are sharing in class with Rev Rachel.

Value Date Focus of the Week
Respect & Friendship 31/8/20 Welcome Back

Be the Best You Can Be - our School Values

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Friendship - What makes a good friend

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International Day of Peace / Autumn Equinox

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Respect 28/9/20

Harvest - Respect for our world and the farmers - British food Fortnight

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  5/10/20 World Space Week - Satellites Improve Life - Walk to School Week
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  12/10/20 World Mental Health Day - Black History Month
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Resources: Mentally Healthy Schools
  19/10/20 Respect for ourselves - happiness / good mental health

One of the recent workships can be viewed here:

Walk to School

Walk To School Week and World Space Week

Social Isolation Prayers

Holocaust Memorial Day


We took part in Holocaust Memorial Day as part of a Pennington Community where member of the community came together to design and create one of the 75 Memorial Flames that will mark the 75th Anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau.

More details of the project: - you can view the service we participated in at St Marks Church here and more photos can be viewed here.

This video is a digital version of the exhibition, showcasing all 75 Memorial Flames, ours is shown at 15:22


Spring 2 Collective Worship - LENT

Spring 1 term 2020 - Collective Worship is about Courage

Our Autumn Term Collective worship was about Peace

Collective Worship Creative Projects


We love getting involved with creative projects through our workship, so have pleasure in highlighting some recent work that we have done in school.

School Vision Board


Within the Junior School we have created a new school vision board about valuing the rich diversity within our school. Each child created their own flower or mini beast, choosing something to represent what it means to be them. We put them together into a large display, along with our school values of love, respect, courage and perseverance.


We have used it to talk about what it means to stand together and be a school where each child can grow,  flourish and be the best they can be, seeing all our differences as rich strengths for the community, to be nurtured and encouraged.

Our School Crosses made by the children and Reverend Rachel

Oakhaven - Acorn Project