Vision and Values
A new commandment I give to you, that you love one another: just as I have loved you, you also are to love one another.
We are one family.
Through faith, love and learning
We Believe, aspire and Transform.
Thoughtful, Honest, Fair and Kind.
Believe- together, we want our children to be successful learners; to learn and discover their passions and skills in an inclusive environment where everyone achieves the highest standards possible.
Aspire- We aim for our children to leave us as confident individuals and resilient learners who have courage and are willing to take risks. At Stoborough, we want our children to develop good relationships with their friends and adults.
Transform-Children are encouraged to take responsibility and develop lively enquiring minds that enable them to make positive and informed choices.
Jesus is thoughtful about the needs of his disciples as well as the large crowd listening to Him during the feeding of the 5000 - Matthew 14:13-21.
He spends time being thoughtful in the garden of Gethsemane. Luke 22:39-46
He is thoughtful and considers his mother, even when He is on the cross. John 19: 26-27
Zacchaeus turned from a dishonest man to an honest man in Luke 19: 1-10
The woman was honest when Jesus asked ‘ Who touched my robe?’ Mark 5:30
Jesus was angry at the way the temple had been turned into a marketplace - Matthew 21:12-13 Throughout his whole life, Jesus upheld the rights of the sick and the weak both in his stories and his miracles e.g. The Good Samaritan and the healing of the ten lepers.
We have shared the story of The Paralysed Man to illustrate this value. Who do you think was kind in this story? Who took the man to see Jesus? Read Luke 5:17-26 and Matthew 6:1-4.