Carleton Park School children are involved in Democratic processes e.g. voting for school councillors and shared rewards.
Pupils have their voices heard through the school council, and pupil questionnaires. For example they were consulted about the Behaviour Policy and helped change and shape it for all the school.
They helped to set up the Parent Council.
Democracy can be seen in action in our school by:
|The Rule of Law|
|The importance of rules and laws from classroom to country are always reinforced. We have a clearly structured behaviour policy which all stakeholders understand and follow. We regularly review behaviour incidents in school during staff meetings. Assemblies are delivered with a focus on the law e.g. Safety Awareness from PCSO, and E-safety Awareness. We have links with the local police through the PCSO and Choice program.|
|Children have key roles and responsibilities in school, such as children taking on the roles of School Council leaders, buddies, librarians, Healthy tuck shop assistants, Eco warriors and Playground leaders. Through our extra - curricular clubs, children are actively encouraged to make choices, knowing that they are in a safe and supportive environment.|
Respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.
Within the R.E curriculum units of work are taught on Islam and Judaism and the R.E curriculum shows how Jesus encouraged respect and tolerance of other faiths.
We celebrate festivals in other faiths such as Chinese New Year, Diwali and Hannukah
Mutual Respect can be seen in action in our school by