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Ethos and Values

We seek to bring out the best in each child, and in striving to achieve this we aim to offer a broad and balanced curriculum. We encourage the children to achieve their personal potential and encourage development of their individual talents. We expect the highest possible standards of behaviour and attitudes towards learning.  Our pupils are caring and thoughtful towards each other and this contributes to the safe, secure school learning environment.

We aim to create a happy, warm, friendly atmosphere within our school, where everyone can expect to be treated with courtesy, kindness and co-operation. All staff work to a consistent approach which celebrates good behaviour. We are proud of our pupils’ behaviour and we are invariably complemented upon it by visitors to the school and members of the public when we take children outside of school. We encourage all pupils to take responsibility for their actions, and aim to develop self-respect and self-discipline.

Our School Values


Respecting, being kind and listening to each other



Having fun, being happy as an individual and nurturing a sense of humour



Learning from ‘oopses’, developing resilience and promoting curiosity


Our school vision statement is Think Big: Fly High.


This supports the fact that at Ringway, we would like to help children:


  • Develop self-belief and confidence
  • Have high aspirations and achieve their potential
  • Make a difference to the lives of others, their community and the wider world.

Our new 'Relational Approach' to Behaviour


Covid changed how are children interacted with each other and the way in which they shared, were able to take turns and regulate their own emotions.  Being back in school will help fix this.  However, as a result, we have completely changed the way we view and deal with challenging behaviour in line with our new school values.


Please watch the video from Mr Conroy, one of our Deputy Headteachers, to explain a little more.


A copy of our policy can be found below. 

Our new Relational Approach to behaviour

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