Values & Global Values
Values Planning Global Values Plan 23-24 and 24-25
To further address points on our Mission Statement, support cross curricular links with the Geography Curriculum and develop understanding of the UN Sustainable Development Goals, our Values Curriculum has been revised and updated.
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We have had a well-established Values Curriculum which is referenced throughout our PSHEC Curriculum. We explore a different Value each month over a two year cycle. The Values are illustrated and explored through children’s literature, historical and current events, film, discussion and drama in assemblies and class. Staff refer to them when speaking to children about their behaviour and attitude to learning. At the end of the half term, a class writes and present an assembly to parents and the whole school to show how they use the Value and how it helps them to ‘aim high and make a difference’.
How did we decide on these values?
- priorities individuals and society attach to certain beliefs, experiences, and objects in deciding how they shall live and what they shall treasure. (Hill, 2004)
- principles and fundamental convictions which act as general guides to behaviour, the standards by which particular actions are judged as good or desirable. (Halstead, Taylor and Taylor, 2000)