Hadley Wood School is proud to have been recognised as providing a ‘Values Based Education’.
In July we held our seventh ‘Children’s Parliament’ virtually, to which everyone who is involved with the school was invited to participate on line. We discussed what we love and celebrate about our school and the things that we think we could improve. We suggested which values we need to put in place to make the changes that we want to see and then voted on them. This is what we decided:
For 2014-2015 the values were: ambition, sustainability, loyalty, gratitude, independence, creativity, humour, patience, teamwork and adaptability.
For 2015 -2016 the values were: respect, courage, resilience, appreciation, optimism, compassion, responsibility, creativity, co-operation, enthusiasm and tolerance.
For 2016-2017 the values were: commitment, politeness, creativity, generosity, curiosity, teamwork, practicality, responsibility, respect, healthiness and empathy.
For 2017-2018 the values were: politeness, consideration, eco-friendliness, gratitude, determination, British values, humility, patience, calmness, sportsmanship and pride.
For 2018-2019 the values were: positivity, honesty, resilience, kindness, self-respect, patience, integrity, self-control, responsibility, sportsmanship and loyalty.
For 2019-2020 the values were: respect, ambition, independence, gratitude, consideration, creativity, equality, kindness, confidence, resilience and calmness.
This academic year (2020-2021) our values will be: hope, responsibility, togetherness, kindness, respect, fellowship, justice, thoughtfulness, courage, sustainability and honesty.
When you visit Hadley Wood we hope that you will see all of these values in action!