Huntcliff School has a duty to develop the whole child and to promote their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. As part of this, we actively demonstrate that we promote fundamental British values.

Much of this work is done through our contemporary and relevant PSHE programme that is delivered to all students as part of their curriculum entitlement.

As part of fundamental British values pupils are explicitly taught to regard people of all faiths, races and cultures with respect and tolerance. The units of ‘Tackling Racism‘, ‘Anti-Bullying awareness‘ and ‘Tolerance and diversity‘ help us address this aspect of fundamental British values.

Students need to be taught right from wrong and to understand that people living in England are subject to English law. To address this the PSHE programme has units on:

  • Law and Justice
  • Anti-Bullying awareness
  • Tackling Racism
  • Human rights

Pupils need to learn to respect democracy and how citizens can influence decision making through the democratic process. In the PSHE programme there are explicit units on

  • Politics and democracy
  • UK place in the world

The full PSHE programme can be viewed on the school website under the PSHE/RSE tab.