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Cricket Green School

"Like school, only better"

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Cricket Green School

Lower Green West

Mitcham, CR4 3AF

Tel: 0208 640 1177

Headteacher: Mrs Celia Dawson

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British Values

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The government has defined British values as democracy; individual

liberty; the rule of law; mutual respect; tolerance of those with different

faiths and belief.

 

These fundamental values are at the core of our everyday school life, with our curriculum actively displaying them. We whole heartedly promote our pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development through some examples below:

 

 

Democracy

Pupil Voice on key areas of school life

Pupil Council

Mock Elections

All students are given the opportunity to access the curriculum

 

Individual liberty

Safe environment where choices and freedoms are encouraged

Freedom to determine their own learning

Introduced to a range of beliefs through Religious Studies lessons so pupils are able to make more informed choices for themselves

After school clubs are offered

 

Rule of Law

The involvement of our pupils in the creation of the school rules

Safeguarding policy

Visits from members of police

Mutual Respect

 

Mutual respect

Students love coming to school and learn to treat each other and staff with respect

Assemblies

 

Tolerance of Those with Different Faiths and Beliefs

A respectful attitude to those whose faith and beliefs may differ from each other

Religious Studies is taught to all students across KS3 & 4

On Friday 11th November, the Cricket Green pupil council had the priviledge of taking part in the Merton Remembrance Service, and paying tribute to all those who fought in war and gave their lives for their country.

Cricket Green was one of thirteen schools attending, and were able to lay a wreath on behalf of our school.

 

"They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old, age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn, at the going down of the sun, and in the morning, we will remember them."

A letter of thanks from the Wimbledon Foodbank