British values are at the forefront of all we do at the College.
Through their day to day experience of the College students develop:
These British Values are developed particularly through:
Students are taught to think morally and to distinguish between right and wrong.
Students learn about democracy through voting for representatives on the Student Council. In the Sixth Form the student leadership team takes on responsibility for many aspects of student life.
The “golden rules” of the College promote respect for others and take as their starting point “do unto others as you would have them do to you” from Jesus’ sermon on the mount
Our behaviour policy establishes a clear use of rewards and sanctions when appropriate and the staff gives a clear reason why they are being given out. Positive behaviour to and from school is reinforced by SLT presence in the local community.
Mediation and forgiveness sit at the heart of the College and the College has a highly regarded team of student mediators trained in partnership with the Southwark Mediation Service. This team has achieved local and National recognition – in 2016, representatives gave advice to a committee at the House of Commons.