Kingshill Church School | Vision, Values & Ethos
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Our Vision

Our Vision for Kingshill Church is underpinned by the Bible Verse John 10:10. ‘That they shall have life, life in all its fullness’.

In this verse, Jesus says he has come ‘in order that you might have life- life in all its fullness’, it’s a reminder that  it possible for us to know a full life, in which we know the security of being in the hands of the good shepherd. People of faith will listen to him, because he is like the shepherd whose sheep know his voice.

In our school we enjoy and celebrate inspiring, inclusive and life-long learning. We are an open, encouraging community sharing Christian values especially love and respect. We value friendship built on honesty, trust and acceptance in a caring environment.

We uphold the fundamental values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.

Our Values

Our school life is underpinned by the Christian Values of Wisdom, Reverence, Compassion, Hope, Peace, Justice, Friendship, Fellowship, Service, Forgiveness, Trust, Thankfulness, Humility, Endurance and Creation.

Kingshill Church School is a small primary school (ages 4-11)  on a large site on the northern edge of Nailsea and we belong to the Bath and Wells Multi Academy Trust. We enjoy very close links with our partner church, Christ Church in Nailsea, which makes an active contribution to the work of the school.

Our Ethos

We believe that happy learners are effective learners and that we can achieve this by creating a stimulating learning environment and encouraging inquiring and enthusiastic learners.Our children are encouraged to embrace our ever-changing world with confidence, courage and creativity.

They are encouraged to respect and care for themselves and others and are encouraged to challenge themselves academically, physically and spiritually and to have a sense of their belonging to our local community and to global communities.The school is strengthened by the commitment of our active parent body.

As a Church School we are committed to the Church of England Vision for Education- Educating for Wisdom, Knowledge and Skills, Hope, Aspiration and Courageous Advocacy, Community and Living Well Together and Dignity and Respect. Have a look at what we do in the document below.

Church School Vision for Education – What we do at Kingshill