Promoting British Values

Promoting British Values

From September 2014 all schools are required by law to demonstrate that we promote ‘British Values’, specifically:

Rossett School is a strongly values-driven school and has been so for many years. Our core principles of the ‘3 Rs’ work to permeate every aspect of school life and the British Values listed are already woven in to the way we operate as a community. We see education as enabling people, individually and collectively, to take control of their lives and our values, clearly set out on our website, underpin this aim.

Our Values: Success For Everyone

Academic excellence is important to us and we provide a first class education with a relevant and varied curriculum where the fundamental aim is to ensure success for everyone.

Results have continued to improve year on year but Rossett offers much more including an extensive range of extracurricular activities and learning opportunities outside the classroom.

In this inclusive school, we expect our students to have the highest standards of behaviour, to respect diversity and to understand global citizenship and equality of opportunity.

Our shared vision is to provide a high quality, inspirational learning experience for young people from a wide variety of backgrounds which creates our happy and vibrant community; we are a truly comprehensive school.  We aim to help all our students to develop socially, emotionally and academically, to give them self-confidence and self-belief, and to enable them to achieve personal success and fulfillment. Central to this aim is a culture and ethos where students can develop into responsible, resilient and reflective learners with high self-esteem and high expectations.

Our strong values framework underpins this vision as we strive to develop our students as moral human beings committed to the values of respect for oneself and others, social justice, tolerance, and compassion.

By having a code of conduct at the heart of which are the 3Rs:

These values are reinforced regularly in the following ways: