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  • Our Lady Queen of Peace
  • Catholic Primary School
  • ‘Through Christ we Live, Love and Learn’

Our Core Values

Our Lady Queen of Peace Catholic Primary School is committed to actively promoting the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different values and beliefs.  Our pupils are encouraged to develop and demonstrate skills and attitudes that will allow them to participate fully in and contribute positively to life in modern Britain.

We inspire a love of learning and aim to develop lifelong learners and equip them with the skills to achieve a bright and happy future.  We demonstrate this as part of our wider curriculum in school and with our Core Values at the heart of everything we do. 



Taking responsibility for our learning and actions.

At OLQP we work hard, always try our best to fulfil our full potential and understand the importance of following school rules.



  • All classes establish and agree on their own classroom rules.
  • Assembly to remind children of their ‘Steps to Success’
    (whole school behaviour policy)

  • Children create their own learning promise

  • Expectations for learning are shared with parents and pupils

  • Children’s University

  • Year 5/6 Residential Trip



To treat others respectfully, politely and without prejudice.

Our school is built on an ethos of mutual respect.


  • Whole school assembly on Respect

  • Reintroduction of commendation assemblies to explain the theme of this half term (Respect)

  • "Star of the Week" to be chosen for showing respect

  • Introduction of "Class of the Week" for respectful behaviour around the school

  • Nature Friendly School – to show how we expect our environment

  • Walk to the cenotaph – whole school work for Remembrance Day

  • Kindness workshop (52 Lives)



Recognising that we all have similarities and differences.  In our school we all feel that we belong to a supportive environment where differences are celebrated and we all have the opportunity to develop and grow.


  • World Religion Day – January 16th 2022

  • Celebrate the diversity of cultures in your classroom (February 2022)

  • Chinese New Year – February 1st 2022

  • "Everyone is Unique" - whole school celebration assembly

  • Stars of the Week to be chosen for showing a caring, supportive nature



To persevere when things are difficult and never give up.  As independent learners we embrace challenges and know that mistakes are evidence that we are trying.


  • Weekly motivational videos shared with children to inspire and raise aspirations:

    • Andy Turner (3 X Olympian) Q & A session for children

    • Jack Wall (Royal Navy)

    • Sharon (NHS Nurse)

    • Laura (Clinical Research Nurse/Alder Hey)

    • Chloe ( aerialist and circus coach)

  • KS1 / KS2 SATS

  • "Stars of the Week" to celebrate resilience

  • Challenge Week – investigations/team building activities



Thriving in our learning and taking pride in achievements and success.

As Learners we take risks, are always willing to try new things and embrace all learning opportunities.


  • To celebrate love of learning in all classes, each class will deliver an assembly to showcase their work they have enjoyed most.

  • Weekly commendation assembly will celebrate "Stars of the Week" and their wonderful work which will be shown in assembly.

  • Each class to plan and complete 5 new activities they have never done before.



Working together to make the best of our skills.

In our school, working as a team means we trust one another, we build up positive relationships with our peers and encourage each other.


  • Sports Day

  • Year 6 trip to Lakeside Adventure Centre

  • Transition days with new staff in preparation for September

  • Whole school Art project



How We Promote Our Core Values

Through Christ, we live, love and learn