Our Children, Our Future.
"Pupils must be encouraged to regard people of all faiths, races and cultures with respect
"It is expected that pupils should understand that while different people may hold different views about what is ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, all people living in England are subject to its law. The school’s ethos and teaching, which schools should make parents aware of, should support the rule of English civil and criminal law and schools should not teach anything that undermines it. If schools teach about religious law, particular care should be taken to explore the relationship between state and religious law. Pupils should be made aware of the difference between the law of the land and religious law".
The spiritual development of pupils is shown by their:
As a school spirituality is developed through R.E. lessons, assemblies, visiting different places of worship, visitors from different faiths, drawing on children's own faiths and integrating spirituality into other subjects through our creative curriculum.
The moral development of pupils is shown by their:
Our school golden rules reflect the moral values of respect, kindness and honesty. We embed an understanding of right and wrong through discussions and in PSHE lessons, and developing rules. Fostering a respect for rules and supporting the pupils to learn the consequences of their behaviour. We encourage an empathetic response to dilemmas in real life and through stories and role play.
The social development of pupils is shown by their:
We encourage children of all ages to work together within our school and the older children in school are actively encouraged to take responsibility and work with our younger members.
The cultural development of pupils is shown by their:
We encourage children to celebrate cultural diversity within the school community and beyond. We learn about customs and festivals within other faiths, dances from different countries and food and art from different cultures. We have an enrichment week where each class studies a different country across all curricular areas.