School Vision and Values

Vision Statement


‘Inspired by William Waynflete and John Wesley, we have a vision to be an aspirational school delivering excellence in learning by being creative, inclusive and resilient so that we can all serve in God’s world to the best of our ability.’

Our church school vision is based on the following Bible verse from Genesis 16.13.

“She gave this name to the LORD who spoke to her: “You are the God who sees me,” for she said, “I have now seen the One who sees me."

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Our School Values

The Ten Magdalen Values

Our whole school values are extremely important to us and are based upon our Christian values and church school vision.

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Peace: Peace means never having wars and to have calmness, peace of mind and happiness.

Forgiveness: Forgiveness means when you do not have bad feelings against someone who has done something nasty to you.
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Friendship: Friendship is like a brilliant star which shines brighter when the sky turns darker!

Hope: Hope means that anything is possible, keeping our dreams alive and striving for a better tomorrow.

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Humility: Humility means listening to others, not boasting about yourself and making sacrifices for other people.

Trust: Trust means that you know in your heart, what the person is telling you, is the truth

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Service: Service means doing something for the benefit of others or doing something for your country.

Justice: Justice means that each person is treated fairly and the punishment is fair for what they have done.

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Thankfulness: Thankfulness is the fuzzy feeling that you get inside when you are given things or opportunities from someone else.

Compassion: Compassion means treating someone, how I would like to be treated and caring about them.