At Park View School our mission statement ‘Together we grow stronger’ exemplifies our attitude and approach to the importance of the development of all aspects of SMSC.  We champion and firmly believe in  a holistic education, experience and curriculum that ensures that our pupils are ‘rounded and grounded’. We recognise that the development of pupils, spiritually, morally, socially and culturally plays a significant part not only in their ability to learn and achieve but in their ability to relate fully to and have the ability to access the world they live in.  We therefore aim to provide an education that provides children with opportunities to explore and develop their own values, whilst recognising that those of others may differ. Beliefs, spiritual awareness, high standards of personal behaviour including a positive caring attitude towards other people, an understanding of their social and cultural traditions and an appreciation of the diversity and richness of other cultures are all critical skills and dispositions that we nurture, encourage and develop through our subject and wider curriculum.

All curriculum areas have a contribution to a child’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and opportunities for this will be planned in each area of the curriculum. Belief values, principles and spirituality will be explored across the curriculum.  The integrity and spirituality of faith backgrounds will be respected and explored.  The diversity of spiritual traditions will be recognised, and pupils will be given access to alternative views.

All adults will model and promote socially responsible behaviour, treating all people as valuable individuals and showing respect for pupils and their families and stakeholders. Children should learn to differentiate between right and wrong in as far as their actions affect other people.  They will be encouraged to value themselves and others.

Children should understand their rights and accept their responsibilities and the need to respect the rights of others. All curriculum areas should seek to use illustrations and examples drawn from as wide a range of cultural contexts as possible. This will be reflected in the teacher’s planning and learning resources.



SMSC, RE & Democratic Britain is covered on a weekly basis during PSD sessions, we also have a dedicated half day every half term.


We also cover SMSC, RE & Democratic Britain by building cross-curricular opportunities into lessons.

Measuring Success

The impact of lessons and themed days are measured by analysing behavioural patterns.

Aims & Priorities

Planning & Delivery

New long and medium term planning has been developed and is delivered weekly.


Tracker has been implemented and evidence recorded electronically and graphed.

Quality Assurance & Feedback

EP quality assures coverage and implementation of SMSC, RE & MDB across curriculum within the curriculum and via the tracker tool.

Key Achievements

Major Incidents Go Down

Focused work during assembly and dispersal times around conduct and expectation has been ongoing throughout the year, and as can be seen in Fig. 1, major disruption has seen a decline and is now zero. This can be interpreted as a result of focused work.

Major Disruption No More

Following a focused push on major disruption in the Autumn of 2015. There have been no major disruption incidents in the Spring Term.

Steady Decline

As a result of focused incorporation into other lessons, we have seen a termly reduction in the number of major incidents per term 2015-16 as shown in Fig. 2.