British Values

British Values

 At Greenwood School we feel it is important to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance as they will help the development of our students. The values are taught through a broad curriculum both in and outside the classroom supplemented by extra-curricular activities.

Democracy

Greenwood School provides all students with the opportunity to participate in a range of experiences that facilitate a practical understanding of democracy.  These include: –

The Rule of Law

The importance and relevance of rules are constantly reinforced in all aspects of our students’ schooling.  Respect for British law, particularly pertaining to personal conduct within our country is promoted using a range of modalities.  These include but are not limited to:

Individual Liberty

Child Protection and Safeguarding is at the heart of Greenwood School’s provision. Students are assured of a safe and supportive learning environment where they are empowered, through the development of decision making skills, to make choices in a safe environment.  Rights and freedoms coherent with a democratic society are reinforced and encouraged.  Examples include but are not limited to:

Mutual Respect and Tolerance of Those with Different Faiths

Greenwood School welcomes staff and students from all faiths and beliefs.  Promotion of tolerance and respect for people from all walks of life is enabled through a wide range learning opportunities, including directed learning and social education.  Examples include but are not limited to: