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Promotion of British Values

Wembley High is a multicultural school in Brent. We actively promote values such as "mutual understanding and respect" and equality between girls and boys, promote values of democracy, respect and tolerance for all races, cultures, faiths and beliefs. This is lived out in the programmes of School Assemblies, Religious Education, English, Geography, History, PSHE and Citizenship classes. The following British Values are covered in the curriculum.

  • Democracy
  • Rules of Law
  • Individual Liberty
  • Respect
  • Tolerance

These values are also covered through SMSC, assemblies and curriculum provision to:

  1. enable students to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence;
  2. enable students to distinguish right from wrong and to respect the civil and criminal law of England;
  3. encourage students to accept responsibility for their behaviour, show initiative, and to understand how they can contribute positively to the lives of those living and working in the locality of the school and to society more widely;
  4. enable students to acquire a broad general knowledge of and respect for public institutions and services in England;
  5. further tolerance and harmony between different cultural traditions by enabling students to acquire an appreciation of and respect for their own and other cultures;
  6. encourage respect for other people; and
  7. encourage respect for democracy and support for participation in the democratic processes, including respect for the basis on which the law is made and applied in England.

Students learn about the development of the political system of democratic government in the UK, including the roles of citizens, Parliament and the monarch. They are taught about voting and elections, the role of political parties and the freedoms and liberties enjoyed by the citizens of the U K such as free speech, free movement and free assembly and worship. Students are provided with the opportunity of becoming members of Year Councils, School Council and Brent Youth Parliament.

Through our Religious Education and Citizenship programmes, students are taught how citizens work together to improve communities. This is put into practice when they become active citizens by fundraising for charities.

Assemblies aim to teach our students to have belief in freedom, and a tolerance of others. In the Religious Education programme, students study other faiths and learn empathy, tolerance and understanding of people from different faith backgrounds.

Interwoven throughout the whole taught Curriculum and the school’s pastoral programme, students are expected to accept personal and social responsibility, respecting and upholding the school rules and the rule of law.

In our school community we encourage our students to show a responsibility to each other and adults in the way they behave in school and on their way to and from school.

The list below describes the understanding and knowledge expected of our students as a result of promoting fundamental British values:

  1. an understanding of how citizens can influence decision-making through the democratic process;
  2. an appreciation that living under the rule of law protects individual citizens and is essential for their wellbeing and safety;
  3. an understanding that there is a separation of power between the executive and the judiciary, and that while some public bodies such as the police and the army can be held to account through Parliament, others such as the courts maintain independence;
  4. an understanding that the freedom to choose and hold other faiths and beliefs is protected in law;
  5. an acceptance that other people having different faiths or beliefs to oneself (or having none) should be accepted and tolerated, and should not be the cause of prejudicial or discriminatory behaviour;
  6. an understanding of the importance of identifying and combating discrimination.

We are a diverse multi-ethnic school and we encourage respect for religious, cultural and moral values. The school promotes equal opportunities for all and systems are in place that counter racism, sexism and all other forms of discrimination whenever they occur.

Latest News

Posted on: 1/10/2019

London Mayor Celebrates Wembley High's Success

Outstanding achievements of Wembley High Technology College recognised by the Mayor of London The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, has celebrated the outstanding performance of Wembley High Technology College in Brent with an awards ceremony. The school was honoured for its work to reduce educational inequality and achieve exceptional results for children who were previously behind in their studies, at a Schools for Success awards ceremony. Wembley High Technology College has been recognised for its outstanding academic success and the progress pupils make from primary school to GCSE. The Schools for Success programme was created by the Mayor in 2017 to improve the support given to children from disadvantaged backgrounds. The programme recognises primary and secondary schools that ensure strong progress for their lowest attaining pupils, has a strong overall performance and shares their work with other schools.  The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, said: “I’d like to congratulate the staff of Wembley High Technology College for their excellent work. Schools for Success was created to celebrate the difference that teachers, teaching assistants, support staff and governors are making every day to support children and reduce inequalities, and this school’s inclusive and supportive learning environment is a great example of this. London has the best schools and teachers in the country, and by working together we can make sure that no young Londoner is left behind.” Please click here to see our certificate.
Posted on: 1/09/2019

GCSE Results 2019

GCSE Results 2019 Many congratulations to all pupils at Wembley High on another year of excellent GCSE results. This year saw the continued reform of the new style more rigorous and challenging GCSEs graded 9 – 1 with almost all subjects now in this new format. With all the changes and challenges this brings, our pupils continue to excel and here are some of the highlights. 88% of pupils achieved grades 9 – 4 in English and maths. 79% of pupils achieved grades 9 – 5 in English and maths. 79% of pupils achieved the English Baccalaureate. 93% of pupils achieved grades 9 – 4 in English, with 45% achieving grades 9 – 7. 27 pupils achieved the coveted grade 9. 91% of pupils achieved grades 9 – 4 in maths, with 61% achieving grades 9 – 7. An astonishing 44 pupils achieved the coveted grade 9. 94% of all science exams were awarded grades 9 – 4 and 66% were awarded grades 9 – 7. A total of 89 grade 9s were awarded across the sciences. 114 pupils (54%) achieved 5 or more 9 – 7 grades! 78 pupils (38%) achieved 8 or more 9 – 7 grades! 40 pupils achieved 10 or more 9 – 7 grades! Almost 1100 exams were awarded 9 – 7 or A* - A grades! Particular congratulations to Aditya Gori, Sayana Santhirasegar and Siyani Siventhiran on achieving 11 Grade 9s and Darsh Vaja on achieving 12 Grade 9s! Well done to all pupils on another year of fantastic results, and thank you to all staff and parents for all their hard work and support. Well Done!