"Love God, love yourself love your neighbour."
To educate our children intellectually, socially, morally, aesthetically, physically and spiritually within the school based Christian principles.
To provide an environment where children can react positively to learning. This is achieved by valuing each child and by the effective development of his/her skills and talents.
To develop each child's sense of social responsibility, self-esteem, good manners, respect for others and self discipline.
To develop each child's spiritual awareness by promoting the Christian principles; love of God and love of one's neighbour and through recognising and respecting other faiths present in our school.
To provide a balanced curriculum within and beyond the regulations of the National Curriculum.
To stimulate children's curiosity and excitement about the world and to encourage them to search for a faith by which to live.
To use the financial resources at our disposal to provide the highest possible levels of staffing, equipment, learning environments and surroundings.
Our core Christian values are at the core of everything we do. They underpin our teaching and learning, and provide an environment which prepares our children as confident, happy citizens. Our values are:
MEET OUR ETHOS LEADERS
We are the Ethos leaders of Bishop Bridgeman CE Primary School. We attend Ethos club, working with others, creating videos to share across our Multi Academy Trust. We help children and adults to understand more about our school's Christian values and how we can apply these values in our everyday lives.
For more information please visit our Trust Ethos Website by clicking the link below.
MEET OUR SPIRIT BLAZERS
MEET OUR CHILDREN'S CHAPLAINS
“All your children shall be taught by the Lord, and great shall be the peace of your children.” ISAIAH 54: 13
At Bishop Bridgeman, Children’s Chaplain is defined as an individual who contributes to the spiritual, prayer and pastoral needs of their school community.
We see the nature of the Children’s Chaplain to ‘be there’ for other children and staff, especially for those who need additional support, comfort, space for reflection/prayer or a listening ear impacting positively on mental health and well-being.
Our Trust holds a fantastic website which is designed to be a central place for our Ethos work. Here you will find ideas and activities to support children and adults in developing Ethos activities in your school. There are activities relating to spiritual development, worship, Ethos to Go and general Ethos activities. Most of the activities can be downloaded as a resource card in PDF format. We hope you find our website useful and would love you have your feedback.