British Values

British Values

At The Fulham Boys School governors, school leaders, staff and boys are all expected to give due regard to sustaining and promoting British values. We do this primarily through the language of our three ‘pillars’ - faith, boys and enterprise - rather than regularly using the specific language of ‘British values’. However, we are confident that our promotion of these fundamental values is fully embedded throughout the school and allows boys to develop into well-rounded members of British and global society who will make a positive contribution in their current and future lives. 

 

We promote the British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. We do this in a wide range of ways, including (but not limited to) our Christian values, enterprise skills, the standards and manners we expect from boys, weekly PSHCE lessons for all boys, PSHCE afternoons, the assembly programme, the RE, History and Geography curricula, our approach to student leadership, Co-Curricular activities, mock elections, debate clubs, involvement in social enterprise and charities, events such as the annual International Food Market and Remembrance Services, and close links with the Metropolitan Police and other local authorities.


These elements overlap with boys’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development while at the school. 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.

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