Carwarden House Values Statement

Carwarden House Values Statement

 

 Carwarden House Values

Carwarden House Community School is committed to serving its community and surrounding areas.  It recognises the multi-cultural, multi faith and ever-changing nature of our community, both locally and nationally, and, therefore, those it serves.  It also understand the vital role it has in ensuring that groups or individuals within the school are not subjected to intimidation or radicalization by those wishing to unduly, or illegally, influence them.

How do we promote our values at Carwarden House Community School?

Democracy:

  • Fostering the concept of free speech.
  • School values of ‘Resilient’ and ‘Respectful’.

 

Rule of Law:

  • School behaviour policy is shared with all stakeholders.
  • Weekly values assembly.
  • Children reflect regularly on their learning and their behaviour during tutor times, whole school and class assembly.
  • Learning supports Carwarden House Community School’s excellence in line with the school values.
  • Regular visits from out local community police officers and PCSOs.
  • School value of ‘Respectful’

 

Personal Responsibility and Liberty:

  • Children demonstrate a clear understanding of expectations and behaviour.
  • Learning supports Carwarden House Community School’s excellence in line with the school values.
  • Children take responsibilities as Head Boy, Head Girl, House Captains and Mentors.
  • Bonus points awarded each lesson for demonstration of school values.
  • Success celebrated termly and at a celebration evening at the end of the academic year.
  • Home/School/Child agreement on entry.
  • Values embedded in school practice.
  • School value of ‘Responsible’. ‘Articulate’ and ‘Ambitious’.

Mutual Respect:

  • PSHE and RE curriculum.
  • Clear behaviour policy enforced across the school.
  • Anti-bullying week and regular assemblies held across the year.
  • Support mentors.
  • School value of ‘Respectful’, ‘Caring’ and ‘Confident’.
  • Positive role models are praised and encouraged, pupil – pupil and adult – pupil.
  • Promotion of ‘fair play’ in PE and sport sessions.

Tolerance of those of different cultures, faiths and beliefs:

  • Inviting children to share home cultures in school.
  • Equalities policy.
  • Religious Education lessons (adapted from Surrey RE agreed syllabus)
  • Cultural themed lessons/activities e.g. Diwali, Chinese New Year
  • Strong links with community.
  • School value of ‘Respectful’ and ‘Caring’.

 

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