Promoting British Values at Castlewood
Castlewood School respect democracy by:
Pupils participating in the democratic process through their annual election of: School Council reps, RRR reps and House Captains.
Holding a mock election involving 4 Members of Parliament representing each House, pupils explaining how they would improve our environmental area.
Pupils are taught about how they can influence decision making through the democratic process and are pupils are supported to express their views throughout the school.
The rule of law
At Castlewood School every class has a Class Charter.
Pupils are helped to distinguish between right and wrong.
Our curriculum helps pupils to respect the law and pupils are supported in ways to resolve conflicts.
Our curriculum supports all pupils to be confident and have high self-esteem.
Through our work on Rights Respecting Schools, all pupils are encouraged to take responsibility for their behaviour as well as knowing their rights.
Through our curriculum we challenge stereotypes and implement a strong anti-bullying culture.
Mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs
At Castlewood we promote respect for individual differences.
We help pupils to have respect for their own culture and beliefs, as well as others.
Through our curriculum we help pupils to develop personal critical thinking skills and we challenge prejudice or discrimination.