As a Gold UNICEF Rights Respecting school our ethos at CHJS is very much focused on valuing individuals in their own right as we believe our children have the right to be heard and develop their full potential. We aim to develop learners who are passionate, are proud of all achievements and take ownership of their learning by making independent choices built on resilience. We strive to offer a happy, secure and stimulating learning environment which embraces honesty and respect. Our curriculum encompasses the development of knowledge and skills in school subjects so that pupils are ready to be global citizens as well as vital interpersonal skills around play, communication and relationships.
We would like our school, which reflects British values, to be at the heart of the community. We aim to nurture our children on their journey through life so that they can grow into safe, confident, caring, democratic, responsible and tolerant adults who make a positive difference to British Society and to the world.
CHJS allows everyone to participate in learning and the whole life of the school by placing important rights at the heart of every decision made.
- Article 19, 24 We have the right to be protected from being hurt and mistreated. We respect this right by being kind to others in our words and actions. We will treat other people as we wish to be treated.
- Article 28, 29 We have the right to a good quality education and to develop our talents and abilities. We respect this right by trying our best in all that we do and respecting differences.
- Article 29, Article 31 We have the right to learn using a range of different styles. We respect this right by having a positive attitude to all that we do and making sure we do not interrupt others when they are learning.
- Article 12, Article 13, Article 14 We have the right to be listened to and to have our opinions heard. We respect this right by listening to the views of others even though we may not agree and sharing our own ideas.
- Article 24 We have the right to a safe and clean environment. We will respect this right by looking after our school and the resources in it.
Our School Motto is:
- ‘Being The Best We Can Be’
Article 28: You have the right to a good quality education.
Article 29: Your education should help you use and develop talents and abilities.