I am responsible

Aspire » Responsible


To act knowing that our choices will lead to certain outcomes.

How to Achieve this in the Classroom

Be Prepared for Excellence by taking responsibility for:

voiceYour actions and your language.


penBringing the right equipment for the day and ensuring that your iPad is fully charged.


broomKeeping your workspace organised and tidy.


earYour learning by self-regulating. This means being empowered to organise your ideas and resources so that you can take control of your learning and become independent.

How to Achieve this around your School and Local Community

travel luggageSign up to clubs and trips on offer, especially if they link directly to your ASPIRE Sentence!


conversationReport any issues you see, whether it is to do with the building or the environment to an adult.


charityVolunteer to help whenever you see an opportunity, whether it is a small act such as holding open a door or letting someone sit in your seat on the bus, or taking part in volunteering events.

Icons of Responsibility

Marcus Rashfor Export


 Marcus Rashford is a Manchester United footballer, who has been leading a national campaign to make sure underprivileged schoolchildren are able to have access to free food over the school holidays. During the pandemic, he was hugely concerned by the difficulties that many families were facing in order to feed and provide for their children; it reminded him of the difficulties his mother faced when he was growing up. He felt responsible as a national sporting star, who knew first hand the challenges faced by many families, to make a positive difference to the lives and futures of many young people.