British Values

Ofsted guidelines from the September 2015 handbook.

'how the school prepares pupils positively for life in modern Britain and promotes the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith'

SMSC Statement

 

SMSC/ BRITISH VALUES 

At Chislehurst School for Girls we believe in increasing the life chances of children by improving their Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural skills, in order to fully prepare them for life in modern Britain. The key British values of Individual Liberty, Democracy, Freedom of Speech and Respect for the values and integrity of other faiths, beliefs and genders lies at the very heart of our vision.

Our aims are:

To ensure that each student is valued and respected so that they can develop into happy and confident young people with spiritual awareness and sense of reflection. (Spiritual)

To nurture students who demonstrate traditional values of respect and courtesy. To develop students that are interdependent, responsible and show respect and tolerance for all, regardless of their faith, race or sexual orientation. (Moral)

To develop students in becoming active citizens who are ready to thrive in the outside world. To nurture a sense of pride in our school community and promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law and individual liberty. To develop students who contribute and work with individuals, groups and the wider society. (Social)

To affirm personal enterprise, inclusion and wellbeing. To encourage participation in the school and wider community and develop students who are lifelong learners. To prepare students for life in a multi-cultural society by helping them to appreciate their own cultural traditions and those of other cultures.

We offer a high quality and inspirational curriculum, providing outstanding Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural provision. This is enhanced through a range of programmes and activities:

  • A comprehensive Personal and Social Development programme
  • Whole School and Year Assemblies
  • A tailored Enhancement Programme
  • A wide ranging variety of Extra-Curricular activities
  • Student elections
  • An active School Council
  • Charity Work via the School House System
  • A wide range of national and international educational visits
  • Family orientated activities e.g. Family Barbeques