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Nightingale Academy

Learning with truth and love

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Learning with truth and love

Mutual Respect and Tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs




Our school values centre around respect for one another through grace,

thankfulness, trust, justice, aspiration and celebration.


We pay explicit reference to respect through our RE, MFL, PSHE, Citizenship, Collective and tutor worship programmes.


Students learn to respect people's understanding and their faith, whether or not they agree with the rationale.


Students learn about why people may have certain beliefs and learn to question their own faith through respectful discussions.

  • Collective worship
  • Tutor worship reflections
  • RE curriculum and books
  • Learning walks and lesson observation comments about students' attitudes
  • Letters from visitors, as well as anecdotal feedback
  • Enrichment visits
  • Sports events
  • Relationship day in Year 7
  • Collapsed curriculum days
  • Safeguarding

Students can articulate why respect is importantÍž how they show respect to others and how they feel about it for themselves.


Students' behaviour demonstrates their good understanding of respect in action.


Students are able to talk about the different faiths and cultures they learn about, ask questions and show tolerance and respect for others of different faiths and religions.


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