“Pupils' moral development is very strong. They have a well-developed sense of right and wrong, and show considerable personal integrity and tolerance. The extremely high standards of behaviour stem from the school's ethos. Pupils find that they are treated with care and respect, and so cooperate with staff in their learning. These attitudes and expectations are transmitted throughout school as older and younger pupils work together in a wide range of situations..” ISI Report 2013.
Throughout their time at the Junior School girls are given the opportunity to take up roles of responsibility.
Every girl is valued and respected and successes are celebrated. Certificates and House points recognise both achievement and effort and encourage leadership, diligence, initiative and good behaviour as well as a sense of responsibility to each other in the school community.
All girls in Year 6 assist younger members of the school and wear a badge to identify their senior role of responsibility to others. Year 6 students are also given more specific leadership roles including Prefects, Monitors, Librarians, House Captains and Games Captains based on their responsible attitude and ability to take on extra duties.