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Holy Trinity C of E

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“Every child, every chance, every day.”

Commando Joe's RESPECT Programme

We are excited to share our news that we have invested in the Commando Joe's Curriculum. The primary aim of this exciting programme is to help develop essential life and character skills to young people. This links to our Trinity Ten Learning Behaviours.

Endorsed by Sir Ranulph Fiennes, one of the world's greatest explorers, the character education programme is designed to help children achieve their full potential.

Based on the lives of real-life adventurers and explorers like, Sir Ranulfph, Ed Stafford and Tim Peake, children are challenged with themed missions which they have to complete. This can include saving an endangered animal, collecting items for a trip to the jungle and crossing obstacle courses to save another team member! 

 

The COJO Character Curriculum is based upon the following 4 principles -

 

1. Character development is a right for every child. 

2. Character education will empower young people.

3. Character will inform the ethos, direction of learning and culture of the school.

4. Character should be developed in partnership with staff, pupils and parents.

 

The COJO Character for Learning programme will:

 

Provide a great foundation on which all children will get the chance to achieve, be resilient, tolerate others and make great choices for life - in and outside school.

This will be achieved through children:

  •  Accessing coherent, sequential learning
  •  Being inspired to do their best and have ambition to achieve
  •  Leading and being led to achieve outcomes
  •  Engaging in deep thinking to support their decision-making and action(s)
  •  Experiencing a wide range of relevant and exciting activity
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