Our vision is to support our young people in developing a greater knowledge and expression of their great worth, as well as enabling our pupils to be equipped to engage effectively and positively with the rapidly changing world.
This involves pupils gaining knowledge of not only their rights, but their responsibilities to others. It also develops skills and knowledge to support their social, personal and academic success, not only during their time with us but in their experiences after school. Our young people are facing a myriad of complex challenges, arguably more than ever before, and it is important that we create a space within the curriculum where some of these challenges can be addressed, discussed, and mitigated against by empowering our pupils to make positive, life-affirming decisions about their lives and habits. This is all delivered within the context of a Church of England Academy, allowing for the unique perspectives and insights that faith provides. Our PSHE Curriculum also delivers the statutory Relationships, Sex and Health Education content for schools.