Arbour House College firmly recognises its duty to protect students from indoctrination into any form of extreme ideology which may lead to the harm of themselves or others. This is particularly important due to the open access to electronic information through the internet and mobile enabled devices.
The college aim is to safeguard students, and staff, educating them on the appropriate use of social media and the dangers of downloading, viewing and distributing inappropriate material, which is illegal under the County-Terrorism Act.
Arbour House College vets all visitors carefully and takes appropriate action if any individual or groups are perceived to be attempting to influence members of the college community either physically or electronically.
The college ensures that the ‘Fundamental British Values’ of:
Fundamental British Values are embedded across all aspects of the curriculum to support students to continue to develop self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence enabling learners to distinguish right from wrong and respect the civil and criminal law of England.
Guidance on British Values
The department of health guidance on promoting British Values in Schools can be found here.