The Jesuit Pupil Profile is common to all schools in the British Jesuit Province and identifies the qualities we seek to develop in our pupils, using key words which unfold Ignatius' own stated aim of "improvement in living and learning for the greater glory of God and the common good."
Pupils are recognised throughout the year for the virtues they display both in and outside the classroom through JPP Awards. Depending on the number of awards achieved in each virtue, pupils move from 'Emerging' to 'Developing' and finally 'Embodying'. Parents receive an updated Jesuit Pupil Profile throughout the year which allows them to see their son's progress.
|Feeling or showing an appreciation for something done or received.
|Giving of time, effort, or money for others
|Being focussed, attending to the finer details of things, noticing or paying attention.
|Making good decisions, choosing the right path, knowing yourself (your own motivations and desires) more deeply.
|Showing concern for others. Being motivated by the suffering or struggles of others and doing something about it.
|Feeling or showing love or great care “Love is shown more in deeds than words” – St Ignatius
|Faith in God, Faith in self and Faith in others. Trusting and confident.
|Feeling or inspiring optimism about a future event, having a positive attitude, encouraging others to be filled with a hope.
|Fluent or persuasive in speaking or writing. Presenting yourself well. Expressing yourself well.
|Telling or expressing the truth; honesty
|Having acquired much knowledge through study. Made progress in studies.
|Having or showing experience, knowledge and good judgement.
|Eager to know, learn, discover or understand something.
|Participating or engaged in a particular sphere or activity.
|Done on purpose; deliberate; proactive. Thoughtfully done. Gone out of your way to do.
|An awareness of how our actions today have consequences in the future. Setting a positive example to others.
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