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Criminal Damage Project

Year 5 were given the task of completing a criminal damage project by officers at Leyland Police Station. The children were asked to research into the offence of criminal damage, the effect it has on others and the consequences for those who commit a criminal damage offence. Classes 3 and 4 then presented their work in an assembly which was attended by the Chief Inspector of Leyland Police Station. Each member of year 5 then received a certificate for all their hardwork and the effort that they put into the criminal damage project.
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Our Ethos and Values Statement At Leyland Methodist Schools, we will work in partnership with the community to provide a happy, inspirational Christian environment. Here, everyone is encouraged to learn, develop and flourish. Our school embraces the following core values....

Core Values

  • Love - of God and for one another
  • Faith - in Jesus Christ and in our future
  • Enjoyment - of all that school offers, so that we can be our very best
  • Respect - for all that God has made
  • Compassion - caring for one another and all the world.
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