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Eastnor Parochial Primary School

Inspire and Achieve. ‘Do Everything in Love’ (1 Corinthians 16:14)

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Christian Character and School Values

Christian Ethos and Values

As a result of the trusting relationships between all members of the school community and embedded Christian Values in every aspect of our practice, pupils at Eastnor grow into respectful, well behaved and compassionate young people who have an understanding and respect for diversity and difference together with a motivation to help others in their community and beyond.


'Do Everything in Love' 1 Corinthians 16:14

Christian Values: Each half term we unpack a deeply Christian value (alongside a key British value) to help us develop a shared understanding of how to live out the school’s vision and mission:



Our Aims

Christian and British Values


Educating for Hope and Aspiration


Love – Tolerance of different faiths and beliefs


Educating for Dignity and Respect


Respect – Mutual Respect


Educating for Wisdom, Knowledge and Skills


Justice - Democracy


Educating for Community and Living Well Together


Thankfulness – Individual Liberty


Living Well Together


Forgiveness – Awareness of what it means to be British 


Educating for Hope and Aspiration


Peace – Rule of Law




"But the Holy Spirit produces this kind of fruit in our lives: love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness". Galatians 5:22


Our children, governors and staff have been involved in writing our definition of spirituality:


Spirituality is an awareness that there is something greater than we are. It is a connection with the wonder and energy of life.


At Eastnor C of E Primary, spirituality is the heartbeat of our school. It is how we understand ourselves and our place in the world: recognising strengths, weaknesses and having confidence to challenge ourselves. We care for the local and global community and our Christian values underpin our learning and encourage children to ask ‘big questions’.


Worship and Prayer

Collective Worship is an integral part of life at Eastnor C of E Primary and we recognise the importance of making sure this special part of the school day is enjoyed by all members of the school community. To ensure that Collective Worship is valued, meaningful and enriching, the whole school regularly to visit St John The Baptist Church


Collective worship at Eastnor has a strong emphasis on Christianity however all sessions are conducted in a manner that is sensitive to everyone. We often welcome governors, parents, volunteers and members of the local community to join worship and special services. 

Home School Values

Home School Values is a resource which allows us to share stories and a range of fun activities for the all family, linked to our Christian Values. By exploring each of our Christian Values at home, you are promoting your Child's Spiritual and Moral Development whilst learning and sharing time together.


Please take time to look at the activity sheets for each value we have learnt about this year.