Spiritual Development at Beehive Lane
Our pupil’s spiritual development involves the growth of their sense of self, their unique potential, their understanding of their strengths and weaknesses and their will to achieve. As their curiosity about themselves and their place in the world increases, they consider some of life’s fundamental questions. They develop the knowledge, skills, understanding and attitudes they need to enrich their own inner lives and non-material well-being. They develop their self-esteem, aspirations and confidence.
Through studying and exploring beliefs and religions, the children develop an informed perspective on life in order for them to understand, demonstrate tolerance towards and respect the feelings and values of others.
Enjoyment, imagination and creativity are at the heart of learning at Beehive Lane, with time and opportunities built in for reflection and improvement.
Moral Development at Beehive Lane
Moral development involves our pupils understanding the difference between right and wrong and applying this understanding in their own lives. They develop the skills to be able and willing to understand and reflect upon the consequences of their actions, learning to forgive and consider alternative courses of action for the future. They develop the knowledge skills, understanding and attitudes they need in order to make responsible moral decisions and act on them.
Through exploring a range of local, national and global events, the children investigate, debate and consider views and opinions on a wide range of moral and ethical issues.
They have the ability to and are at liberty to make some choices in school, and learn to reflect upon these. Everybody is included.
Social Development at Beehive Lane
Pupil’s social development at Beehive Lane involves developing a wide range of social skills in different contexts with a range of different people. They gain an understanding of the responsibilities and rights of being members of families and communities (local, national and global). The children enjoy a wide variety of experiences and settings where they learn skills of cooperation, collaboration, teamwork, tolerance, respect, kindness, consideration, care, encouragement, support and conflict resolution.
They are encouraged to make active contributions to the democratic process in school and enjoy a wide range of clubs and collaborative experiences at school and experiences and successes outside school are shared and celebrated together.
Cultural Development at Beehive Lane
Pupils cultural development involves pupils developing a good understanding of a wide range of cultural traditions and an ability to appreciate and respond to a variety of aesthetic experiences. They develop an understanding of cultural influences and values that have shaped their own heritage. They develop an interest in exploring, understanding of, celebration of and respect for a diverse range of cultures with positive attitudes developed towards a wide range of religious, ethnic and socio-economic groups in local, national and global communities. They develop a willingness to take part in, contribute to and respond to a range of musical, artistic, sporting, mathematical, literary, scientific, technological, linguistic and cultural opportunities.