SMSC is taught as part of an integrated curriculum throughout the school day. The children are encouraged to be kind, empathetic citizens who embrace our country's diverse society. Relationships and personal safety are discussed to ensure the children feel safe and happy. Children take part in 'Stepping Stones' days three times a year which focus on aspects of safety. This year the themes are: safety at home; safety on the way to school; safety at school; safety out and about with my friends; body safe; and staying safe when cooking.
British Values are embedded in the life of our school through our distinctive Christian character and demonstrated through our core six values of respect, responsibility, friendship, perseverance, honesty and creativity. They are actively promoted through spiritual moral, social and cultural education and reinforced as part of our high quality teaching across the curriculum, through our collective worship and behaviour policy that allows pupils to develop and demonstrate skills and attributes that will equip them to contribute positively to life in modern Britain. These values and attributes are promoted and reinforced by all staff within school and used to provide a model of behaviour for all of our pupils. The way in which our school community behaves and treats each other is built upon a basis of respect, understanding of our own worth and the worth of others as well as Christian love, whilst recognising that many of these guiding principles are also present in other faiths and cultures.
British Values should allow pupils:
For more information about how British Values are embedded in our curriculum click on the document below.