Albion Primary School



At Albion Primary we pride ourselves on providing an environment where every child and adult feels safe and secure.

We have an ethos of praise and encouragement, where everyone respects others and treats them with kindness and consideration. At Albion every child takes responsibility for their own actions and understands how their behaviour impacts on others.

Value avatars

Our children are guided by a set of six school values developed by teachers, children and governors which are important within the school community and which will be important throughout life.

Albion children designed characters to represent each value and each value is linked to a particular colour. This is to assist with children remembering the names of the values and what each value actually means in practice. 




Ambitious Amy Avatar

Ambitious Amy

Creative Cahil Avatar

Creative Cahil

Kind Kelissia Avatar

Kind Kelissia





Respectful Raj Avatar

Respectful Raj

Resilient Rabu Avatar

Resilient Rabu

Responsible Rhea Avatar

Responsible Rhea

Values are principles that guides our thinking and our behaviour. At Albion, adults are encouraged to model values and give time for reflective practices. Every individual is valued for who they are and what they contribute to the school. Our Values-based education philosophy underpins our work to actively promote fundamental British values of democracy, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those from all faiths, backgrounds and cultures which prepares them for the modern day world.

A rounded programme of assemblies and events promote children's spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, enabling them to develop their own moral and ethical compass to guide what is right and what is wrong.


Through the values we aim to:

  • Improve behaviour, conduct and self-confidence by developing strong values within the children at the school.
  • Develop children’s understanding of what values are and why they are important in life.
  • Encourage children to ‘live the values’ in all aspects of their lives both in school and out.
  • Promote values to children in every aspect of school life.
  • Promote values in the way in which adults interact with each other and with children
  • To establish a system of rewards that recognises and celebrates good behaviour, effort, achievement and the understanding of Albion values.
  • Display our school values and encourage all visitors to take account of them in their time in the school.
  • Encourage parents/carers to support the programme at home by promoting the ‘value of the month’ to parents/carers in newsletters and on social media.
  • Enable children to focus upon the positive aspects of themselves that they can value, thereby reminding them of their individual worth, their worth in the school and wider communities and the worth of those communities themselves.
  • To raise standards by promoting a school ethos that is underpinned by core values which support the development of the whole child as a reflective learner within a calm, caring, happy and purposeful atmosphere
  • To link our school values with the British Values
  • A culture where every child takes responsibility for their own actions and understands how their behaviour impacts on others
  • To create an ethos which is based on praise and encouragement
  • To build and environment where every child and adult feels safe and secure
  • Establish an environment where everyone respects others and treats them with kindness and consideration

Communicating Albion Values

Each value embodies the qualities we would like our children to demonstrate whilst attending Albion Primary School. Poster and notices will be placed around the school highlighting different examples of what each value may look like in practice.

Our values will be reflected through assemblies, class discussions and celebrated through Headteacher awards and celebration assembly.

Every classroom and intervention rooms will display all six value posters which includes the character and examples of actions that reflect the values. All staff will refer to the posters when children are exhibiting the positive values.

KS2 Kindness Poster
Example of a values poster

To find out more information about our values through behaviour, click here and then read our Behaviour Policy.

Preparing our Values Avatars

Our values were created by all Albion stakeholders. When finalised, it was important to represent the values with avatars. Through a whole school competition, the children created avatars and the winning designs were sent to illustrators to bring alive. It was important that the avatars were different and showed differences too.


Child Avatar Design Ambition

 Ambitious Amy

Designed by Hossanan

Child Avatar Design Creativity

  Creative Cahil

Designed by Gleb

Child Avatar Design Kindness

  Kindness Kelissia

Designed by Soulaima

Child Avatar Design Respect

  Respectful Raj

Designed by Harley

Child Avatar Design Resilience

  Resilient Rabu

Designed by Woody

Child Avatar Design Responsible

 Responsible Rhea

Designed by Denny

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