Your vote counts!
In the United Kingdom, adults over the age of 18 can vote in elections to choose who they want to represent them in government and local councils.
At Bishop Wilson, children vote for their School Counsellors, Collective Worship Leads and, in Year 6, the House Captains.
Mutual respect and tolerance
In the United Kingdom, everyone is treated equally and with respect. It does not matter where they come from, what their religion is or if they have one, what language they speak, what they look like, who they love, how they view the world, or if they have a disability.
At Bishop Wilson, we learn to accept everyone as a child of God. We respect and celebrate our differences learning about them through our curriculum – especially in PSHE and RE.
In the United Kingdom, everybody is free to be who they want to be. As long as they are not hurting others and are obeying the law, all are free to express themselves and decide how they want to live.
At Bishop Wilson we encourage all children to speak up about what concerns them. Through our curriculum, we give them the lifelong skills which we enable them to make positive choices about how they want to live their lives and how they can live well with others.
The rule of law
Keeping everyone safe and happy!
In the United Kingdom, we have laws that make sure everyone has a happy, safe and secure environment to live and work.
At Bishop Wilson, we have school rules that help to make sure that the school is a happy, safe and secure place in which children can learn.
British Values are taught in the school's PHSE lessons which follow the Jigsaw scheme of work.
Please see the below pdf which outlines their scheme of work lesson by lesson: