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Moulton CEVC Primary School

Church School


At Moulton CEVC Primary School, we believe that everyone is of equal importance in the sight of God. We recognise the uniqueness of every individual and the contribution that each individual brings to our school community. 

We guide our children and families to value themselves, and to see the importance of valuing and helping others, underpinned by the biblical narrative, 'You shall love your neighbour as yourself.' - Matthew 22:39.  

In our school, everybody has the right to learn; everybody has the right to be happy; and everybody has the right to feel safe in our distinctly Christian environment. 


Driven by our Christian ethos, we strive for our pupils to be the best that they can be, in an environment where they feel loved, wanted and supported. We invite everyone to accept Jesus Christ as their support, and we encourage everybody to offer their support to others. We aim for our pupils to be responsible citizens who value themselves as a child made in the image of God.  We aspire for our staff to feel trusted and empowered; to continue to learn in a supportive environment; and to see the power of their words and actions, as they inspire each individual to achieve their goals.



We have three core values: individuality, community and responsibility. Each half-term, or term, under the umbrella of our core values, and based on pupils' needs, we explore and reflect on a specific value.  We explore how our values impact and inspire pupils' daily lives and the lives of other people locally, nationally and globally. The document below explains how we hope our three main values will impact on everybody's daily lives. 


We aim to develop pupils’ spirituality through all school experiences, and through understanding our core values. Our aim is to develop pupils’ ability to understand how the pieces of their lives are connected to the life of the world, and to develop their relational awareness with the following:

Themselves (being a unique person and understanding self-perception)

Others (how helping,  empathy, concern, compassion and other values and principles affect relationships)

The World and Beauty (perceiving and relating to the physical and creative world through responses to nature and art)

Beyond – (relating to the transcendental and understanding experiences and meaning outside the ‘everyday’)