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Values, Ethos and Vision

Tudor Primary School is part of the St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Diocesan Trust.

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Our Vision

Everyone at Tudor Church of England Primary School is fully committed to Tudor being a place where children, and adults alike, find

'Life in all its fullness',

John 10:10

academically, spiritually, physically and emotionally. 

We hope that everyone who enters our doors, child and adult alike, will learn as much as they can, to be the best person that they can and can go out into the world to make it a better place. 

'There is only one you, go out and make the world a better place'.

As Jesus stated in his teaching that;

'They will come in, and go out and find pasture'.

We hope all our children come to Tudor, discover their potential and go out and make the world a better place because of it. 

Here we :

'Live to learn and learn to live in fullness of life'. 

We are a centre for LIFE

L = Life enrichment providing many extra opportunities to make lives fuller and richer, please see our enrichment passports

I = Individuals matter, people matter both young and old alike, we have a people centred approach to everything we do.

F = Full of ambition - we have high expectations for all our children in every aspect of their lives.

E = Excellent outcomes, we strive for the best possible results for all our children.

Everyone at Tudor School is recognised as a gift from God and someone for whom there is a unique and wonderful purpose.

To that aim, we strive to achieve the highest possible standards in all areas of life to allow us to find this and to do the very best we can. 

We are proud to be part of the St Edmundsbury and Ipswich Diocesan Multi Academy Trust.

We were the first school to be part of this MAT and enjoy working alongside the other 22 primary school in this MAT.

British Values

The Government set out this definition of British values in the 2011 Prevent Strategy, and these values were reiterated in 2014.  “to create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.”

This was not something new at Tudor Church of England Primary School. British values are promoted in so much of what we do, not least during our school assemblies, Religious Education and Personal, Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning. We have thought carefully about how British Values and Christian values are entwined. 

The term ‘British values’ might be slightly misleading in that these values are integral to so many countries throughout the world – they differ in no way from the values of most western European countries, for example.

Being part of Britain

As a school, we value and celebrate the diverse heritages of everybody at Tudor. Alongside this, we value and celebrate being part of Britain. In general terms, this means that we celebrate traditions, such as customs in the course of the year; for example, our Autumn celebration about the harvest & bonfire night, Easter egg hunting and our Summer Farmers Market and of course our Christmas celebrations! We also value and celebrate national, charity and sporting events such as Children In Need, Red Nose Day and the WW1 Centenary. The children take great pleasure in helping our local food bank with food donations and contributing to the annual shoe box appeal as well as where possible raising money for a wide range of charities. 

Further, children learn about being part of Britain from different specific perspectives. We ensure that the children have a better understanding of what Britain is, learning more about:

  • its capital cities and counties, its rivers and mountains
  • the local area, specifically the farming background of the village and the river
  • how ‘Great Britain’ differs from ‘England’ and ‘the United Kingdom’ where Britain is in relation to the rest of Europe and other countries in the world
  • British history, Monarchs, rulers and significant events that defined society
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