This permeates all aspects of our school life through our ethos and organisation. Throughout the year we participate in a number of fund-raising events for charities both local and world-wide. We are also involved with village life and events in the surrounding area.
PSHE and Citizenship is also taught as a subject area on the curriculum following National Guidelines.
Sex and Relationships Education forms part of our PSHE curriculum and the topic is also covered when studying Ourselves in Science, with the Key Stage Two children. Younger children have their questions answered by the class teacher in a manner appropriate for the age of the children.
The Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) scheme is embedded in class circle times and assemblies.
The School Council meets once a fortnight to discuss issues of school improvement from a pupil perspective.