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  • Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education Policy
    Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education Policy


Spiritual, moral, social and cultural education helps students develop personal qualities, which are valued in a civilised society. For example, thoughtfulness, honesty, respect for difference, moral principles, independence, and self-respect. It is taught across the curriculum and throughout school life. It is linked closely to our school aims and philosophy.


To enable students to develop their personal qualities and become:

  • responsible for themselves, accepting an appropriate measure of responsibility;
  • confident and competent both academically and socially;
  • able to distinguish between right and wrong;
  • able to articulate their own attitudes and values;
  • able to understand and be sensitive to the beliefs, values and ways of life of others, responding appropriately to injustice and prejudice;
  • caring, considerate and compassionate;
  • skilled in working collaboratively and independently;
  • able to reflect on their learning and plan for future development;
  • able to respond positively to challenges and problems