British Values

The topic of British Values is now part of the curriculum and schools have to equip children for life in modern Britain. At Bishop Bridgeman our core fundamental values do indeed enable our children to live in a diverse society. What does is mean for our curriculum?  

These 5 elements are woven through out our curriculum. Visit our curriculum page.

Our core values at Bishop Bridgeman

As a school community at Bishop Bridgeman we believe that everyone has the right to succeed, the right to be happy, the right to be who they are and the right to feel valued. The values we promote through all we do and say are as follows.


British Values is also threaded through the area of our curriculum know as SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development). At Bishop Bridgeman we are proud of the high quality SMSC we provide.
" The school's highly effective promotion of pupils' spiritual, moral, social and cultural development has helped to create a special, warm, harmonious and cohesive community where pupils love to learn"
" The school's vision and core values of 'faith, hope, love, trust, honesty, friendship and forgiveness' are central to its whole ethos, with pupils playing a major part of it"
Ofsted Feb 2012.

What is SMSC?




Brilliant Britain Super Learning Week W/C 26/01/15

We had an amazing week looking at famous Britons, British food, popular culture, British landmarks. We had our own parliamentary day with our own elections. Check out the videos!

 

 
Brilliant Britain Hall displays

 
British Values Super Learning Weeks and The Queen's 90th Celebrations 2016