Brighton Hill Community School

42. Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural Policy

Information & Policies

Published on - 01-04-2015

Overview

Brighton Hill Community School understands the importance that a student’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development plays in their ability to learn and thrive.

We ensure that our school ethos, curriculum, and inclusion provision allows students to enjoy and reflect on their learning experiences, recognise the difference between right and wrong, use a range of social skills in different contexts and understand and appreciate a wide range of cultural influences.

Guidelines
All curriculum areas have a contribution to make to a child’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. This will be achieved through active learning, drawing from a wide range of cultural contexts, and ensuring classroom behaviour promotes and rewards acceptable behaviour.

All adults will model and promote expected behaviour, and show respect for all students and staff.
The FLC, tutor and House system will encourage social development of students through a variety of activities.

The school and students will take an active part in their local, national and global community.

Spiritual Development
As a school we aim to provide opportunities for students to develop spiritually through:

Moral Development

As a school we aim to provide opportunities for students to develop morally through:

Social Development
As a school we aim to provide opportunities for students to develop socially through:

Cultural Development
As a school we aim to provide opportunities to develop culturally through:

Ratified: March 2015
Next review date: March 2017