The school is concerned with ensuring that its students have every opportunity to experience a high quality, holistic education. This therefore includes a commitment to Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural education.
Our definitions of the learning opportunities and behaviours we aim to support are as follows;
A sense of self and of unique potential; understanding of strengths and weaknesses; curiosity about themselves and their place in the world; the asking of fundamental questions. Students are encouraged to foster their own inner lives and emotional wellbeing.
A sense of right and wrong; awareness of moral conflict; a concern for others; consideration of what is right; reflection on the consequences of their actions and learning how to forgive themselves and others. Students are encouraged to develop responsible moral decisions.
A sense of the responsibilities and rights of being members of families and communities (local, national and global). The ability to relate to others for the common good. Students are encouraged to develop a sense of belonging and a willingness to participate through active contribution to the democratic process.
An awareness and appreciation of different cultural traditions; a respect for their own culture and that of others; an interest in difference. Students are encouraged to develop and an understanding, appreciation and contribution to culture, including the arts.