Wellbeing Rules (for information)
We can discuss examples but don’t use names or descriptions that identify anyone, including ourselves. We never put anyone ‘on the spot’.
Listen to others.
It’s okay to challenge a view or disagree, but we listen properly before making assumptions or deciding how to respond. Everyone has the right to feel listened to.
We can explore beliefs and misunderstandings about a topic without fear of being judged.
Right to pass.
Every pupil has the right to choose not to answer a question or join the discussion if a topic makes them uncomfortable.