The Joint Quality Standard
A key part of our curriculum at UBHS is ensuring ever member of our learning community understands the term respect. That every individual respects themselves and others, and that we all show each other respect at all times. We may not always agree on certain things e.g. Manchester United or Leeds United? Fish & chips or pizza? But we always express our view points in an adult manner and in a respectful manner. The More In Common work we do extends beyond the confines of the classroom and the school gates, and we work hard with our local community to share and disseminate these key values. Part of our work with the national JCF(Jo Cox Foundation) team we support the ambition that all the UK political parties could and should subscribe to a charter to show each other mutual respect as they are campaigning for the forthcoming general election. All parties bar one have currently signed up and we hope in the coming days on the run up to the election, all parties will. Our politicians have a key role to play in modelling best practice to our young people up and down the country of how to hold an effective debate and a polite, respectful debate, even if you have differing views and ideas. We all have far more in common than that which divides us.