Assemblies are used to promote the school ethos of life-long learning and to provide students with an opportunity for collective reflection and the consideration of spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) issues.
The assembly programme is published on a termly basis and it aims to:
- Develop an understanding of our own characters, strengths and weaknesses
- Develop self-respect and self-discipline
- Clarify the meaning and purpose in our lives and decide, on the basis of this, how we believe that our lives should be lived
- Encourage us to strive, throughout life, for knowledge, wisdom and understanding
Assemblies take account of current local, national and global issues and they are designed to foster in students a commitment to being good local and global citizens.