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No Outsiders

There are 'No-Ouotsiders' at High Meadow.

The 'No-Outsiders' curriculum is an educational approach that promotes inclusivity, diversity, and equality within schools. It aims to foster a positive and inclusive school culture by celebrating differences and challenging stereotypes. The curriculum is closely linked to the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs.

By incorporating the 'No-Outsiders' curriculum to our learning, we provide opportunities for students to learn about and appreciate different cultures, religions, and identities. This helps to develop their understanding of the wider world and prepares them to be respectful and tolerant citizens in a diverse society.

The 'No-Outsiders' curriculum also aligns with the Prevent duty guidance, which emphasises the importance of building resilience to radicalisation and extremism through education. By promoting inclusivity and respect for all individuals, the curriculum helps to create a safe and supportive environment where students can engage in open and respectful discussions about sensitive topics, including those related to extremism.

Moreover, the 'No-Outsiders' curriculum encourages critical thinking, empathy, and understanding, enabling students to challenge stereotypes and discrimination. It provides opportunities for students to explore and question societal norms, promoting a culture of acceptance and equality.

Our weekly 'No-Outsiders' assemblies enable us to promote British values and create an inclusive learning environment. It helps students develop the knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to embrace diversity, challenge prejudice, and contribute positively to society for life in Modern Britain.