The South Wolverhamtpon & Bilston Academy

Promotion of British Values  

At Ormiston SWB Academy, we actively promote positive, inclusive values. These include democracy, the rule of law, students understand right from wrong, individual liberty, and mutual respect for and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs. We believe British values are those values expected of anyone living in Britain, regardless of their nationality, culture or religious belief.

Our ethos reflects these values. We place great emphasis on building positive relationships in the Academy, amongst the students themselves and between staff and students, and in the community as a whole. We strongly believe students should not merely be taught such values but that they are embedded into Academy life. Students accept responsibility for their behaviour, show initiative and celebrate success.

That students have resilience, self-knowledge, esteem and confidence in their learning and personal lives.

Our students understand democracy in Britain and how it is central in shaping our history and values and in continuing to develop Britain.


Click HERE for more information how Ormiston SWB Academy works to promote positive values through the ethos and life of the Academy, for example through a broad and balanced curriculum, through social, moral, cultural and spiritual development and learning for life.

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