We strongly believe that we provide a caring, but challenging college environment, according equal value to each individual, regardless of ability or background. We aim to create and take advantage of all opportunities which develop students intellectually, physically, morally, spiritually and socially. This includes providing an excellent inclusive academic education enabling all students to develop their abilities as fully as possible.
We believe that our students are as capable as any other young people and we continually try to find ways to bring out their true potential. We want all of our students to leave Moat with a strong feeling of self worth and a belief in their own ability to be fully functioning members of society within our rapidly changing world. This includes an ability to be honest, hardworking and appreciative of other peoples’ differences. We hope that they will have the opportunity to fulfil their own aspirations and also to give something back to the community.
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British Values, Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Education
Throughout the curriculum the British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and the tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs are promoted. These are specifically addressed in personal development education (PDE) lessons and in humanities, especially in religious education. The five year tutorial programme and our assembly programme support the work done in the curriculum.
Spiritual moral, social and cultural values are also promoted in all curriculum areas especially in humanities, including RE and PDE.