Pupils grow in knowledge and understanding of Individual Liberty by:
- Encouraging pupils to be independent learners who make choices about how they learn.
- Giving pupils opportunities to make choices which affect their lives.
- Supporting pupils to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence e.g. through all areas of teaching and learning in school.
- Encouraging pupils to take responsibility for their behaviours, as well as knowing their rights. Encouraging them to demonstrate the Catholic Social Teaching Principles through their thoughts, words and actions.
- Challenging stereotypes e.g. through PSHE curriculum and assemblies.
- Implementing a strong anti-bullying culture, as promoted in our policies.
- Encouraging pupils to apply for positions in the Chaplaincy team, Mini Vinnies, School Council, Justice and Peace, Sports Ambassadors.
- Pupils can stand for election and are democratically elected.
- Supporting others by participating in a wide variety of charitable fundraising events such as the Irish Chaplaincy, Harvest or our Advent and Lenten Appeals.
- E-Safety units of work are taught throughout school and parents receive training on these.
- Parent and teacher surveys completed.
- Pupils gifts and talent celebrated in the newsletter and Achievement Assemblies.