Berridge Primary and Nursery SchoolWorking Together to Achieve Success



We recognise the difference between right and wrong.

Good Practice

  • Providing a clear moral code as a basis for the behaviour which is promoted consistently through all aspects of the school.
  • Promoting racial, religious and other forms of equality.
  • Giving pupils opportunities across the curriculum to explore and develop moral concepts and values, for example personal rights and responsibilities, truth, justice, equality of opportunity, right and wrong.
  • Developing an open and safe learning environment in which pupils can express their views
  • Highlighting breaches of agreed moral codes where they arise, for example, in the press, on television and the internet as well as in school, and making them a talking point
  • Recognising and respecting the codes and morals of the different cultures represented in the school and wider community



Evidence at Berridge

  • Rewards system- Dojos
  • Positively worded school rules
  • Academic and behaviour achievements recognised in Golden Book assembly
  • School values displayed and promoted across school
  • RE, PSHE and other curriculum areas explore moral concepts through discussion and debate
  • Online safety- are you a good digital citizen?
  • Pint-Size theatre themes- Domestic Abuse, Drug use, Alcohol abuse, Knife Crime
  • Reinforcement assemblies- acknowledge National theme weeks e.g Internet safety day in February, Anti-bullying week in November, Road Safety, Water Safety
  • Respond to national and international events in class reflections, while school assemblies