Values Education

A school that has a genuine Values ethos has fewer behaviour problems, less absenteeism and an improved level of academic performance, as all of the learning community care about their learning environment and the people who are part of it.

We offer educators an introductory seminar on Values-based education and will then support the development of a values-based establishment through coaching and training. We can offer an evaluation of progress from the start to the end of the support period that allows you to monitor progress and change.

The difference you will notice may take some time, as hearts and minds need time to change sometimes, but the results speak for themselves. Research shows that the impact of Values Education on Learning communities is positive and ongoing. Investigations into the effect of Values education in schools show how both teachers and pupils develop both personally and as a learning community.

Workshop in Romania A workshop on "Morality, Civilization and Culture" or Liviu Rbreanu at a high school in the town of Turda, Cluj County, Romania. Shelagh Moore was the guest of honour, as an experienced LVE Facilitator and LVE leader in the United Kingdom. Diana Silaghi teacher of Philosophy at ‘Liviu Rbreanu’ and organiser of the visit, reported that "Shelagh’s presentation and the debate were remarkably successful. Our students have understood and realized these values and after a year we have good feedback."

Download Values in Learning for more information and to see seminar outline.

Research shows that the impact of Values Education on Learning communities is positive and ongoing. Investigation into the effect of Values education in schools show how both teachers and pupils develop both personally and as a learning community. For further reading you can follow this link to Dr. Hawkes' article on the Living Values website, or open this article (a pdf download) by Tim Small.

Check out Ubuntu "The spirit of harmony" a teaching resource aimed to help young people understand that they are responsible to the community as the community is responsible for them. Email the author Helen Sayers for more information.

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