We want pupils to be treated with dignity and courtesy, while also promoting open and critical exchange of health and social care ideas. This means listening to each other’s point of view and appreciating that there may be disagreement, when asking for their opinions about human behavior and diversity. It’s important that pupils know that their views are important.
We seek to develop pupils’ respect for other cultures and social groups and for themselves and peers through creating a learning environment where all feel safe to contribute and experiment with their ideas. By highlighting differences of other cultures and social groups we seek to deepen pupils’ understanding of those around them