Our Christian Vision

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Our Vision

Our vision is for God’s love to be fully experienced by our children and community.
Each child’s unique journey should enable them to flourish:
in life - both inside and outside school;
in learning – enjoying learning how to learn;
in love - for others as well as themselves.
DVIS is where the fruits of God’s Spirit are central, so all can fully know who they are and who God knows them to be.

pdflogoVision and Values at DVIS

In all we do we aim to display... Love, Kindness, Joy, Self-Control and Faithfulness.

Our Christian values permeate the life of the school. As we go through the day the children and adults aim to live out these values, deepening their meaning and showing them in many practical ways. We ensure that diversity and difference is celebrated.

Each week we spend time together as a school celebrating those children who have particularly shown these values in their attitude and behaviour at school.

Our Values Cups winners are:

Nikita in Matisse has been awarded the cup for Self Control
Felix in Monet has been awarded the cup for Self Control
Benedict in Magritte has been awarded the cup for Joy
Max in Kandinsky has been awarded the cup for Joy
Tom in Lowry has been awarded the cup for Faithfulness
Maks in Hepworth has been awarded the cup for Faithfulness
Willow in Picasso has been awarded the cup for Kindness
Emilia in Lowry has been awarded the cup for Kindness
Santiago in Riley has been awarded the cup for Love
Shanique in Goldsworthy has been awarded the cup for Love

Values Cups are presented at the end of half term in Our Worship.

We celebrate the children being punctual and having overall good attendance too and a prize is given for best punctuality and also best attendance.

Attendance And Punctuality
Congratulations and thank you to Picasso who have had the best attendance this term so far 98.38% and the class who was most punctual to start school each day was Goldsworthy with 99.85%.