British Values

Our aim is to pupils is in all aspects not in conflict with, or inconsistent with, any of the 5 British Values as set out below.

The five British Values are:

  • Democracy
  • The rule of law
  • Individual liberty
  • Mutual respect
  • Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs.


Processes of democracy are taught through action; all classes follow class rules, during group lessons pupils make choices about activities and the most popular is carried out, encouraging responsibility and respect.

Rule of Law

High expectations govern the classes, learning environments and wider school community and these expectations are consistently adhered to improve their behaviour and conduct through bespoke programmes.   Clear consequences are in place when rules are broken. The secondary and Sixth Form curricula, where appropriate, include some experience of the Law. All pupils leave having undertaken the ASDAN Citizenship programme.

Individual Liberty

Pupils make individual choices within a safe, secure, supportive environment. Pupils are encouraged to their individual needs.

Mutual Respect

 Reinforced by the positive role models and interaction of staff at all levels and visiting members of the community, School’s termly to emphasise core values. Pupils frequently undertake fundraising for local, national and international charities, both through school-focussed charity events.

Tolerance of different Faiths and Beliefs

Regular visits, themed activities and sometimes visitors including parents support the children’s learning about faiths and beliefs. Our PSHE/SMSC/RE work celebrates elements of celebrations and festivals across all faiths represented within our School.

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