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At Lawrence we aim to foster a caring, sharing environment where a total commitment to equality and opportunities permeates the whole curriculum.
Every member of our school community, pupils, parents, staff, governors and friends are welcome, valued and respected regardless of race, gender or disability.
We aim to provide a secure, happy and stimulating learning environment in which the talents and abilities of our children are recognised and nurtured. Everyone within our school are given opportunities to achieve their full potential in all aspects of intellectual, spiritual, moral, social and physical development.
Our school proudly takes its place in our local community and we establish strong links between our children and their families and friends promoting attitudes of mutual respect and responsibility.
At Lawrence Community Primary School we value and celebrate the diverse ethnic backgrounds of all our pupils and families and celebrate together the British Values that underpin our school, our city and our country. We undertake a variety of events and lessons throughout our curriculum and through all areas of our school life that help us celebrate together, share and learn together all about these and all about each other.
Our school’s motto is “Where everybody matters” and we find that this encompassing approach enriches everybody involved with our school. We teach and promotes respect and tolerance for the differences in our community and the wider world through all aspects of school life.
The school undertakes daily assemblies, either class Phase Key Stage or whole school which uphold traditional values of empathy, respect and tolerance. These are also taught within formal SEAL, PSHE and RE lessons and on an informal nature throughout the school days. Our expectations in this area are very high especially during play times, in the dinner hall and around the school… working together we can achieve anything.