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We have decorated the planter along the theme of our school value Aspiration, Citizenship and Excellence ( ACE).
The planter represents our school community and the plants in it are us, the children.
The tall plants, short plants, plants with different colour flowers and foliage in the planter shows how we respect and embrace differences. This value of diversity is also shown in our different coloured and sized fingerprints decorating our planter. Moreover, the plants in our planter not only have their origins from a variety of places such as the UK, Africa, Asia, America, New Zealand and Europe just like the children in our school but also appeal to the different senses such as sight, smell, taste and touch.
The plants are holding a ladder with a star to represent the way we children dream big and are proud to do our best. In Churchfields, we listen and work well with others and this is depicted by plants facing each other and enjoying each other’s company. In addition, plants are holding a globe to show our caring nature for each other, our community and our world.
Finally, plants are playing board games, skipping and reading in groups which symbolises how in our school we are kind to each other and thereby develop healthy and positive friendships.
These are a realistic representation of what happens in our school every day.
Charlie, Ava, Ellie, Connie, Erin, Grace, Eliza, Alfie, Anaia, Emily and Maya
Churchfields Primary School