Core Christian Values Learning Journey

By the end of Autumn Children in Happy Hollow will be:

  • Aware of the 7 CCV and name them
  • Beginning to understand what the 7 CCV mean
  • Beginning to talk about them and identifying them in their play

By the end of Spring Children in Happy Hollow will be:

  • Caring – Beginning to show care for their friends when they are upset
  • Honest – Beginning to understand why we always tell the truth
  • Respectful – Beginning to listen and help others
  • Inclusive – Allowing all children to play together
  • Nurturing – Being friendly and supportive to others
  • Forgiving – Working together to solve a problem
  • Inspiring – Trying to be the best person that they can be

By the end of EYFS Children in Happy Hollow will be:

  • Caring towards our friends, family and teachers
  • Honest when talking about something that has happened
  • Respectful to our friends, family, teachers and resources
  • Inclusive to all
  • Nurturing to anyone who needs your help
  • Forgiving even when it feels hard to be
  • Inspiring to others

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