Sense of Worth

Sense of Worth

We have created an environment that fosters a strong sense of worth in pupils, rooted in their identity as children of God and their potential to contribute to the world around them. We develop a sense of worth in pupils through various means:

1. Emphasising the Inherent Dignity of each Individual

Pupils are taught that every person is created in the image and likeness of God and, therefore, has inherent worth and value. This understanding forms the foundation for developing a sense of self-worth in pupils.

2. Fostering a Supportive and Inclusive Community:

We strive to create a welcoming and inclusive environment where pupils feel accepted, respected, and valued. By promoting a sense of belonging and encouraging positive relationships among pupils, teachers, and staff, help pupils develop a sense of worth within a community.

3. Nurturing Spiritual Growth:

We prioritise pupils’ spiritual development, helping them cultivate a personal relationship with God. Through religious education, prayer, sacraments and participation in liturgical celebrations, pupils are encouraged to recognise their worth as beloved children of God.

4. Encouraging Academic and Personal Achievements:

We provide a rigorous academic curriculum and extracurricular activities that challenge pupils to reach their full potential. Recognising and celebrating their achievements help pupils develop a sense of worth based on their abilities and accomplishments.

The Girls’ football team won a tournament at St Michaels High School.

Our Eco Ambassadors presented a project to Watford Football Club. They proposed that every ticket holder received a packet of seeds to sow. Their idea was taken forward.

Our choir performed at the Royal Albert Hall.

5. Promoting Service and Social Justice:

We emphasise the importance of serving others and working for social justice. By engaging in acts of service and advocating for those in need, pupils develop a sense of worth by understanding their ability to impact the world positively.

During COVID the pupils started a tradition where they make Christmas cards for people in the local community who are not with their families over Christmas. This has continued every year.

Our House Captains attended an online Children’s Parliament session. They discussed

“Which causes should King Charles III prioritise to best support the future of young people?” 


“What are the major issues which need to be tackled to keep children safe online?”

Click here to watch the session.