At Tudor School we place great value on the all round development of each individual child and we recognise that we need to encourage in the children such skills as assertiveness, co-operation, tolerance and empathy. Using our school committee, the Tudor Owls, circle time, assemblies, role-play and drama sessions we seek to develop these qualities in our children, encouraging them to be good citizens. We hope that our policies on behaviour (included at the back of this brochure), equal opportunities, race relations and special educational needs all contribute to a climate where children feel happy, successful and valued.
In collaboration with the school nurse, sex education lessons are offered to all pupils during their final year. This explains human reproduction within the context of a loving relationship. Parents are informed when the lessons are being held and are invited to preview the materials being used. If parents do not wish their child to take part in these lessons the child may be withdrawn. A copy of our health education policies is available from the headteacher.