Wadham School


Wulfrice Benefice

The Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Curriculum and British Values


​All subject areas make a contribution to the spiritual, moral and social development of students and to the promotion of fundamental values.  Beyond the taught curriculum, there are specific activities that are specifically designed to do this, in addition to the taught curriculum.  Common examples are listed below:


  • Annual production
  • Music activities such as Wadstock and Wadham’s Got talent
  • Sport teams and after school clubs
  • House competitions
  • Staff reading book frames
  • Mock elections
  • Sports Day and annual athletics championship
  • Somerset Student Games
  • Armistice Day Service
  • Carol Services
  • Chaplain’s discussion group
  • Termly reward assemblies
  • Trips to theatre
  • Theatre in school
  • Trips to places of worship
  • Other trips and visits
  • Acts of worship and assemblies, including those that mark the liturgical year
  • Whole school charity events (e.g Children in Need, Sports Relief, Shelterbox appeal, Christmas shoe box appeal, annual charity walk)
  • Rotary Youth Speaks
  • Rotary Young Chef
  • ‘Dress Your Best day’ and Prom in Year 11
  • 6th Form Dinner and Dance
  • Breakfast Club
  • Student council
  • Students interviewing applicants for posts






















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A Church of England Community School

Mount Pleasant

Crewkerne

Somerset

TA18 7NT

Tel: 01460 270123  Fax: 01460 270124

Email: office@wadhamschool.co.uk