Our curriculum promotes:
Over the course of this year the school will be working towards achieving the Rights Respecting School Award (RRSA). This is a National award that has been supported by UNICEF and focuses on developing children’s understanding of their rights and respecting actions both in school and in within the wider community.
The aim of the award is to raise children’s awareness of how they should expect to be treated and how they should treat others. The School's positive and inclusive atmosphere ensures that pupils experience these values "in action" on a daily basis. We teach these values through our PSHE curriculum, assemblies, school council, debates and discussions.
There are 42 articles in the convention but they can be summed up as follows:
We are proud to be a values-led school. Our own school values are aligned to fundamental British values and these are themes that run through our curriculum, our assemblies, our displays and all of our activities in school. We have seven school woodland families who work together to promote British values.