We believe that pupils should be able to feel that they are part of something bigger. Bigger than our community, we want them to know that they are part of modern Britain. We would like pupils to be able to articulate and understand these values and to see them all around them in our Academy Culture. We specifically engage with them at the start of the year, in Assemblies, The Student council, our relationships protocols, awareness days and conversations with young people. We also tackle them as in a vast array of subject areas throughout our curriculum.
|KEY METHODS OF DELIVERY
|We believe individuals should be able to make their own choices (within reason) have freedom of speech, the right to a fair investigation, the right to understand consent, the right to have their own opinions and their basic human rights.
|Protected characteristics training and curriculum, PSHCE curriculum, Identity and Sexuality, relationships protocols.
|We believe that everyone should have the opportunity to contribute and vote for those who represent them. We believe decisions should be made with the majority of student’s interests at heart.
|Derby Youth Mayor, Student Council, Assemblies
|RULE OF LAW
|We believe in rules being followed and reparation being done when we make mistakes. We believe in understanding the consequences of our actions. We believe rules and laws are there for everyone’s protection and safety.
|Relationships protocols, PSHCE wider world – Law, Protected Characteristics,
|We believe that everyone and everything should be given respect equally. We believe you should be listened to. We believe in treating people fairly.
|Assemblies, respect of site, each other, Remembrance,
|We believe in equality.
We are against discrimination.
We believe in using a variety of examples when we talk about people.
|Not just tolerance but the embracing of different faiths and cultures. Black History Month, Holocaust memorial, RE curriculum.
|HOW DOES THE ACADEMY ADDRESS SMSC AND BV?
|HOW DO YOU KNOW?
|THE THREE SCHOOL VALUES – INTEGRITY CARE EXCELLENCE. INTEGRITY IS FIRST.
|Pupils are reminded to show our academy values in all that they do
Values education at start of each year and in assemblies
Pupils are rewarded for showing this with our mindset/ reward points.
Language of values used by staff in lessons
ICE points awarded
Staff training CPD
Student survey results
|Further staff training
Reviewing and embedding the culture of these values over time
|THE CHELLASTON CHARTER CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT TOOL
|Pupils reflect on this as part of the Chellaston Charter.
|Building on embedding the Charter.
Monitoring the use of the Charter and allowing time for meaningful reflection and targeting setting with a tutor.
Moving it online to the unifrog platform.
|OUR ASSEMBLY AND WEEKLY TUTOR TIME PROGRAMME.
|The assembly rota is mapped to the value / SMSC /BV and sent to HOY’S and SLT at the start of the year.
Assemblies are delivered to pupils weekly in a theme or topic – collectively together
Weekly schedule includes motivation / mindfulness, BAM, Literacy and a wider world debate or quiz engaging pupils with the world around them.
|Assembly rota and archive of video assemblies
Tutor sessions, HOY emails, the tutor schedule template.
|Involve student voice/ council further on Assembly topics and National days to be celebrated
Balance the flexibility of cohorts’ needs against intended diet
|CHARITY ACTS – SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
|School works with local and National charities and provide assemblies about where money might go to and how spent
CIN RND UKRAINIAN CENTRE DERBYFOOD4THOUGHT
|Monies paid in
Social media posts
|Get some local charities of the year / term to show more ongoing commitments and creative ways of fundraising
|DERBY YOUTH MAYOR – DEMOCRACY
|We take part in the process whereby students apply to be the mayor, watch candidates’ election speeches, vote in ballot boxes to experience the process and see the results of their votes.
4 Pupils represent us at Voices in Action – Derby City
|Ballot pictures and comms with Derby city
4 applicants and 1 semi-finalist this year
|Continue with this
|STUDENT COUNCIL AND PREFECTS
|Pupils meet in year groups and elect two reps to attend the full school council termly with JNE and student leadership team. Represented at SLT.
Prefects do acts of service at fundraisers and lunchtime duty.
|Minutes of meetings and ‘you said / we did / you could’ documents
|Get some more staff involved to support this
Consistency and representation needed at all years consistently
Lunchtime duty capacity to be increased
|Protected characteristics education
Wide range of topics covering individual liberty, tolerance and mutual respect.
Disability / Sexuality / Sexism / Racism/ Faith / Age / Maternity / Gender bias / Gender reassignment
Rule of law – included in topics eg Joint enterprise, drugs, extremism. Where does the law come in?
|Planning for and books / pupil knowledge in PSHCE – Half term 4 in particular – Prejudice strand
|Increase the team, consistency and engagement with PSHCCE
Protected characteristics training for staff and display in the main building.
|CO – CURRICULAR PROGRAMME
DUKE OF Edinburgh – volunteering
Trips and Visits
|Will 12 hours be in directed time next year?
Can we measure the impact of high cost strategy?
|BEHAVIOUR / RELATIONSHIPS
|RICE room, reparation and understanding how the values have not been shown
|Reparation reflection sheets, less repeated beh’ incidents
|Establish values further in language
SMSC AND BV Mapping Whole Curriculum
As well as our PSHCE curriculum we also try to enhance pupils’ understanding of SMSC BV across the entire curriculum.
- Curriculum Leads show these intentions in LTPs
- Philosophy / Drama / Art / Music / ICT curriculums show this in more detail