The Langar curriculum is built on a core set of Christian values that provide a moral compass and a common language of behaviour for the school family and wider community. The values equip our children with social and relationship skills, intelligences and attitudes to succeed at school and throughout their lives.
Our school values are take care, thoughtfulness, love, fairness and respect.
Each value is taught discretely once a half term; through R.E, collective worship and PSHE. Children are rewarded for displaying the values with a marble which is added to the class jar. When the jar is full the class choose a treat (these have been a class picnic, a film afternoon or a pyjama day!)
These values provide a common language and are the foundation on which our decision making and policies are built upon. The schools behaviour policy acknowledges these values as our guiding principles for behaviour.
Our four house groups champion one of these values each and live out these values through their daily acts and the charity work they do.