Our aim is to prepare our boys for the world; providing the opportunity to fulfil their potential (academic, social or moral) by giving them the skills, knowledge and morals to be of use, to serve and in turn for them to positively affect those they encounter along their way. We’re very proud of our history and are equally excited about our future and the future that we can offer our students.
Core Values & Strategies
- We are an inclusive community
- We believe all behaviour is learned behaviour and our role is to model positive behaviour to create mutual respect between staff and students
- We believe it is essential to separate the behaviour from the individual – every mistake offers the chance to learn new behaviours.
Core Strategies Students are more likely to engage in learning and not engage in off-task activity if staff use a range of strategies and:
- Have high personal expectations of every student, group of students and make these expectations the focus for learning
- Make lessons challenging and engaging
- Consistently apply rules, routines, sanctions and rewards
For more information and full details please click here to our Positive Behaviour Policy
Enfield Grammar School is committed to working closely and in harmony with its community and celebrating the diversity of peoples and cultures throughout the United Kingdom. We aim to prepare students for life in modern Britain and to ensure that our school ethos, curriculum and approaches to teaching and learning reflect and promote the fundamental values.
We work alongside our local community and recognise the variety of religious and other non‐ religious beliefs within it. Students take part in local events and meet different members of the community to appreciate the valuable contributions they make. All subject departments are aware of the importance of transmitting fundamental values through their curriculum content.
We take opportunities to:
- Acknowledge, celebrate and commemorate national events and anniversaries related to key events in Britain’s past
- Join in with international sporting events and find out more about the countries that host them
- Support a number of charities that are selected by the students and arrange fundraising events
- Invite members and representatives from a variety of different backgrounds from the local community to our school events.
We understand the role that our school has in helping prevent extremism and radicalisation and support our pupils in developing a world view.
The five British values are:
- The rule of law
- Individual liberty
- Mutual respect
- Tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs
For more and detailed information click to our British Values Policy