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St Anne's Catholic

Primary School

Live, Love and Learn together with Christ.

Values and Virtues

The Values and Virtues for this Summer 1 term are Curious and Active. This is how Year 4 hope to live out these values.

 

I will be curious by asking questions about what I am learning

I will be curious by thinking about what I am learning

I will be curious by finding out things to improve my knowledge

I will be curious by listening carefully to what is being said

I will be curious by making sure that I always understand

I will be curious in RE by asking questions about God

I will be curious in RE by asking questions about God that may be difficult to answer

 

I will be active by taking part in the daily mile

I will be active by joining in with what is being asked of me

I will be active by taking part in sports activities

I will be active by trying new things in the classroom and persevering when it is difficult

I will be active by reading a wide range of books

I will be active by using my listening skills

I will be active by keeping my table and cloakroom tidy

I will be active by picking up things from the floor

I will be active by putting my litter in the bin

I will be active by putting paper in the paper pin

I will be active by being nice to other people in school and online.

Curious and Active

Curious and Active 1

The Values and Virtues that we are focusing on during this Spring term 2 are 'Learned and Wise'.

 

Learned

In Year 4 we think that being Learned means:

  • We will be learned by being careful in our words to God,
  • We will be learned by using the talents of our learning to do what God wants us to do and to help others become better at our talents,
  • We will be learned by learning our lines off by heart for the Easter production,
  • We will be learned in class by showing that we are focused and listening,
  • We will be learned by spreading the teachings of Jesus to other people,
  • We will be learned by spreading the love of Jesus to other people,
  • We will be learned by handing in our homework on time every week.

 

Wise

In Year 4 we think that being Wise means:

  • Wise choices are the right choices,
  • We need to make wise choices so we can be kind, caring and compassionate,
  • We need to make wise choices so we can pray for those in need,
  • If we make wise choices, we can help out in situations,
  • Wise choices will involve telling the truth,
  • Wise choices will involve ignoring distractions in class,
  • Wise choices will involve caring for our environment and picking up litter,
  • Wise choices will involve sharing what we have learnt about God,
  • Wise choices will mean that we will be grateful for what we have and who we are,
  • Wise choices will involve choosing our words and actions carefully so that we don’t hurt others,
  • Wise choices will involve making the right choice and not arguing at the end of a game
  • Wise choices will involve giving to those in need and works of charity.

Learned and Wise

Learned and Wise 1

The Value and Virtue that we are focusing on for the Spring half term 1 is 'Eloquent and Truthful'.

 

Eloquent

In Year 4 we will try to be eloquent by:

                       Communicating our emotions, beliefs or questions

·                      Speaking up for what is truly right

·                      Being kind in our words 

                       Thinking before we speak

                       Expressing our ideas or opinions clearly

·                      Using our ability to speak about our thoughts and God’s love persuasively

·                      Using our words with love and compassion

                       Speaking in a way that will not hurt others

·                      Using our creativity to communicate Jesus’ love and teachings

·                      

Truthful

In Year 4 we think that being truthful means:

                       Being honest with yourself as well as others

·                      Don’t lie because the truth will always come out

·                      Trying to tell the truth even when you might be in trouble

·                      Being truthful is being trusting of others

·                      Following in God's footsteps by being truthful

                       Being faithful to ourselves and to Jesus

·                      Knowing that Jesus is the truth, the way and the life.

Please add to our online noticeboard Padlet to acknowledge those around you who are faith-filled and hopeful:
To add to our Key Stage 2 'Compassionate and Loving' Padlet noticeboard, use this link: https://padlet.com/timcaddick/5e6hwk3gaom6

The Value and Virtue that we were focusing on for the Autumn half term 2 was 'Faith-filled and Hopeful'. 

Faith-filled

In Year 4 we are looking to identify children who are:

· Living life as God wants us to live

· Having faith in God at all times

· Having faith in themselves and always trying to achieve

· Hopeful because of their Faith

· Continuing to build on their faith through prayer and attending Mass

· Having faith and trust in others

· Deepening their faith by carrying out the Wednesday Word

· Showing they are Faith-filled by making time for silence

 

 

Hopeful

In Year 4 we are looking to identify children who are:

· Trying to be optimistic of their life with God

· Hopeful and able to put their trust in God

· Helping us to face challenges

· Persevering and not giving up when they are faced with challenges in the classroom

· Praying and thinking positively

 

 

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