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Ethos Team

Meet our 2021-22 Ethos Team!!!

Lady Seaward's were proud to host our first Hub Ethos Day of the year based on the theme of Aspire.

 

Children completed a number of activities based on the theme of Aspire. Children were tasked with reading some quotes from famous people, including sporting legends and TV presenters and were asked to decided if their quotes represented the term of aspire in a positive way. The children then generated some words based on how they present themselves when they are aspiring to be the best they can be. They used their words to create some art work. 

 

In the afternoon the children were asked to organise a fundraising event to raise money for the charity Toilet Twinning so all countries can have hygienic toilets with running water. 

 

We finished off the day with some team building games and ended with a proverb for our thought of the day:

 

'When spider webs unite, they can tie up a lion'. 

 

Thank you to all schools that joined us for our hub day and for the Lady Seaward's Ethos Team who worked very hard to make everyone feel welcome. 

A warm welcome and huge congratulations to our new Ethos Team who were selected from a number of application forms the children completed to share why they thought they would make a good member of our Ethos Team. 

 

The children will take on their first Ethos responsibility of running a Hub Ethos Day where we will welcome the Ethos Teams of our fellow Hub Schools to Lady Seaward's to take part in a number of activities based on the value of 'Aspire'.

The Ethos Team

 

The Ethos team works alongside Mr Westwood, Reverend Nigel and other practitioners. They support other pupils in the school during Collective Worship and are the pupil voice for Christian distinctiveness in the school. They run the Christian Library, assist in assemblies and attend Federation Ethos Days.

 

They are deemed ambassadors for Christian distinctiveness in the school and they meet regularly to discuss ways forward for the school. Together, they create prayers, poems and displays which reflect the Christian values of the school.

 

The Values and Ethos of the School are:

 

Friendship and Trust

Thankfulness and Joy

Perseverance and Justice

Peace and Forgiveness

 

 

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