At JWJS, we want every child to be caring, positive and happy. We aim to provide our children with a creative and tailored education to meet their individual needs. We will nurture and encourage every one of our children so they reach their full potential.
We plan learning, so all our children can grow in self-confidence, think and solve problems independently and develop respect for people and their environment.
We want all our children to enjoy school and have the desire to be lifelong learners.
At JWJS - "Together we Journey With Joyful Success. We inspire determination, celebrate success and keep moving forward".
Alongside the British Values and our values curriculum we;
Since 2013, our school has embedded Values-based Education into our curriculum. Through this work, our children are exposed to a range of values and principle behaviours that support them in their learning and life-long journey. We celebrate our values regularly through assemblies, in class and throughout the school. Our approach to teaching values is based on Values-based Education (more information can be found here: https://www.valuesbasededucation.com/).
We moved to a four-year termly cycle in September 2018. We feel this approach allows for more learning opportunities, experiences and time to discuss and apply the values in our school community. Each term, we learn, explore, understand and apply the values. The values are closely linked to British Values. Every child who joins JWJS at the beginning of Year 3 will have the opportunity to be nominated for each of our 24 values.
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2026 - 2027
At the end of each term, we have a special celebration assembly where every class has two pupils nominated to receive the value star badge and certificate. The recipient of the star badge is someone who has gone above and beyond in understanding and applying the value. Mums, dads and carers are invited to this assembly, but our children do not find out they have been awarded the value until the actual assembly when they see their parents/carers in the audience. The reasons why they are nominated are shared in front of the whole school, and their photograph and certificate are displayed in our Values Hall of Fame for the next term.