Promoting British Values
We promote core British values through our teaching, our community links and through our ethos. These values are crucial in preparing our students for life in Modern Britain. Ways in which we promote British values include:
- A thriving Student Council
- Local 'Democracy Days'
- Free Speech and the rule of law
- Debates in the classroom
- Close links with the local police, including 'drop ins'
- Human Rights and individual liberty
- PSHCE curriculum
- Tolerance and mutual respect
- Stonewall School Champion
- International links
- Auschwitz Project
- Assemblies, Reflective Moment programme
- Sense of Community
The National Citizen Service actively recruits Sixth Formers and take assemblies
SLiCE (Student Leadership involvement and Community Engagement) recruits volunteer Sixth Formers for a variety of activities
•We have the right to be free in our thoughts and beliefs.
•We have the right to be heard.
•We have the responsibility to listen to others and to speak in ways that do not cause offence or lead to aggression.
•We have the right to be thought of as valuable and worthwhile members of our community.
•We have the right to be treated as human beings of equal value, regardless of background.
•We have the responsibility to treat others in this way before we can expect to receive it.
|The Rule of Law|
•We have the right to be protected by the law.
•We have the right to be treated equally and fairly by the law.
•We have the responsibility to uphold the law regardless of our personal beliefs.
•We have the right to be heard and listened to.
•We have the right to vote and make informed choices.
•We have the responsibility to allow democracy to work and to respect its outcomes.
•We have the right to move freely, safe from threat or harm.
•We have the right make choices about our lives.
•We have the responsibility to allow others to feel safe and to consider the impact of our choices on others.