Understand How Schools Uphold Their Aims and Values

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Name: Pamela Coomber

|Performance Evidence |Unit |Element |Criteria | | | | | | |Aims |205 |3 |3.1a | |It is likely that the school’s aims or visions will be in the prospectus and in other school literature. They will | | | | |usually be set by the head teacher in collaboration with parents, staff and the community, and will state what the | | | | |school set to achieve. | | | | | | | | | |Values | | | | |The Values of the school are based on the moral code which will inform its development. Core values are at the heart of| | |3.1b | |many communities and belief systems. Although there may be some differences in the way in which people view them, they | | | | |will usually include respect for self and others and are related closely to Personal, Social, Health Economic education| | | | |(PSHE) and citizenship education. They may also be tied in with the school rules. If the school is a church school, | | | | |this will also be...
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