Governors, school leaders, staff, students and parents are all expected to give due regard to sustaining and promoting British Values.
Evidence of our work in this area can be found in our Christian ethos, PSHCE provision, the teaching of RE, the school’s behaviour policy, and our approach to student participation and leadership through Enterprise, Co-Curricular activities, mock elections, involvement in charity work etc. It can be seen on a weekly basis through our values of the week and through House and Chaplain assemblies.
The school promotes:
- The rule of law
- Individual liberty
- Mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs
In doing so, the school recognises that these values are fundamental, although we acknowledge they have also developed, and will mature further, over time.
Our approach acknowledges, additionally, that these values – whilst often advocated within British public life and evident in many aspects of British political and social history – are universal rather than uniquely British.