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SMSC @ CPS

At CPS we aim to provide children opportunities to explore and develop: 

  • their own values and beliefs
  • a respect towards the values and beliefs of others 
  • spiritual awareness 
  • self respect and respect for others and the environment 
  • a positive and caring attitude
  • an understanding of social and cultural traditions
  • an appreciation of the richness and diversity of other cultures 

Promoting SMSC @ CPS

Promoting Spiritual Outcomes @ CPS:

  • Developing capacity for critical and independent thoughts and actions 
  • Fostering an ability to express their feelings
  • Experiencing moments of stillness and reflection
  • Discussing beliefs, feelings, values and responses to personal experiences
  • Forming and maintaining worthwhile and satisfying relationships
  • Celebrating the awe and wonder of life

Promoting Moral Outcomes @ CPS 

  • Recognising the unique value of each individual
  • Listening and responding appropriately to the views of others
  • Gaining the confidence to cope with setbacks and learn from mistakes
  • Taking initiative and acting responsibly with consideration for others.
  • Distinguishing between right and wrong
  • Showing respect for the environment
  • Making informed and independent judgements

Promoting Social Outcomes @ CPS

  • Developing an understanding of their individual and group identity
  • Learning about service and support in the school and wider community
  • Participating in a variety of communities and social settings e.g. volunteering, cooperating with others and being able to resolve conflicts effectively
  • Accepting and and engaging with the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs
  • Developing and demonstrating skills and attitudes that allow them to participate fully in and contribute positively to life in modern Britain

Promoting Cultural Outcomes @ CPS

  • Recognising the value and richness of cultural diversity in Britain, and how these influence individuals and society.
  • Developing an understanding of their social and cultural environment
  • Developing an understanding of Britain’s local, national, European, Commonwealth and global dimensions

So how do we do this?

  • Through whole school assemblies
  • In our PSHE curriculum
  • In our RE curriculum
  • In our History curriculum 
  • By discussing and sharing issues in class
  • Visits and visitors 
  • By taking part in local events e.g. Luncheon Club; Curdridhe Show; local Care Homes, supporting events at St. Peter's Church 

Awards

Awards we have achieved so far.

School Awards

Ofsted. Good provider
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