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Ethos, values and Religious Education at Broadgreen International School

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Broadgreen's positive multicultural environment makes it a happy and supportive place to learn and work. We strive for high standards of behaviour and achievement within our school and the local community through a partnership with parents, students and staff. 

Our mission statement is:

Care together   Work together   Learn together   Excel together

Our core values are:

Diversity   Resilience   Enthusiasm   Ambition   Mutual Respect

Our expectations are clear:

  • Every student has a right to learn and every teacher has a right to teach
  • All members of our school should respect each other and each other's property
  • All members of our school have a responsibility to create a positive, caring and supportive environment in which all students and staff achieve their full potential

We were awarded Stonewall School Champion status in March 2020 in recognition of our ethos of inclusivity


Please click here to see how we work with our pupils to support their Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development

Equality objectives

Our school is covered by the public sector equality duty in the Equality Act 2010.

Please click here to read the document The Equality Act 2010 and Schools (Departmental advice for school leaders, school staff, governing bodies and local authorities)

We comply with our public sector equality duty in the following ways and review our practices and policies regularly to endure that we are meeting our obligations

We aim to eliminate discrimination, harassment, victimisation and any other conduct that is prohibited by or under this Act. Our whole school ethos is based around equality of opportunity for all and we do not tolerate discrimination because of age, disability, gender reassignment, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief; sex or sexual orientation

Objective 1: To protect the well-being of all pupils by challenging any non-inclusive views held by anyone within the school or wider community

Objective 2: To provide a welcoming environment which promotes our whole school ethos of inclusion and equality for all stakeholders

Objective 3: To increase access to the curriculum for pupils with a disability. This will cover teaching and learning as well as the wider curriculum of the school such as participation in after school clubs, leisure and cultural activities or school visits. It will also cover the provision of specialist aids and equipment, which may assist these pupils in accessing the curriculum, thereby ensuring equal access to the curriculum for all

Please see our Policies section for how we put these values into practice

Religious Education

As a community school, Broadgreen embraces all pupils regardless of denomination, race or religion. Liverpool's agreed syllabus has been implemented and adapted by the RE department to make lessons enjoyable, interesting and relevant. All major world religions are covered at Key Stage 3 or 4.