Sitwell 7

At Sitwell Junior School we are committed to providing a positive environment for learning.  Our staff and pupils work towards this through Respect and Resourcefulness.  We value our pupils’ Resilience, supporting them when developing Relationships and sometimes a little Risk Taking. We encourage Reflection and that is why our pupils are great at taking Responsibility. These are the values that make Sitwell a great Junior School.

These values make our school community happy and harmonious, a fun place, where children feel secure. Our Values are important to all pupils, staff and parents. The whole staff and all pupils are involved in promoting values and recognising their positive effects around school. The values have been selected by pupils and staff as values which are important within the school community and which will be important throughout life.

We will ensure that our seven shared Values known as ‘The Sitwell Seven’ are interwoven into the teaching and learning in order for children to make maximum progress as lifelong learners and thinkers.

Here are some of the assemblies from this year which focus on our School Values and Personal Development. Please click on the links below to view our assembly ideas:

New Beginnings

School Expectations




Anti-Bullying Week

Harvest & Food Bank

Celebrating Diwali

Children in Need

Road Safety



World Religion Day

Dr Martin Luther King

Safer Internet Day

At Sitwell, our Sitwell Seven values link very closely to our British Values, where we promote and prepare the development of an understanding of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.

During our assemblies, we will further discuss the five key British values to encourage our children to increase their acceptance of other people’s views and confidently express their own.

To download the assembly presentation, please click below.

British Values Assembly

British Values Tolerance

British Values Resilience

British Values Individual Liberty