Intellectual Values

'Character traits necessary for discernment, right action and the pursuit of knowledge, truth and understanding.'

Intellectual virtues are qualities of mind and character that promote intellectual flourishing, critical thinking, and the pursuit of truth. These are important to our young people as they prepare them for further education and future careers.

Values Include:

  • Reflection
  • Focus
  • Critical thinking
  • Reason and judgement
  • Curiosity
  • Resourcefulness
  • Open mindedness
  • Wisdom
  • Creativity

As an Academy we are already looking at developing these through various initiatives like:

  • KS3 lessons
  • Stonewall Champions
  • Mentoring programmes
  • STEM clubs

 

KS3 Art Lesson

KS3 Art Lesson

KS3 Art Lesson
STEM Robotic Club

STEM Robotic Club

STEM Robotic Club
KS3 History Lesson

KS3 History Lesson

KS3 History Lesson
Sports Leaders Mentoring Primary School Event

Sports Leaders Mentoring Primary School Event

Sports Leaders Mentoring Primary School Event
STEM Lectures

STEM Lectures

STEM Lectures
Investors in People School Sport Partnership

 

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