This webinar will explore implications of a recent survey carried out with the government to establish a baseline of social values held by British Citizens. Phil Clothier will discuss the results and Nigel Cohen will explore their relevance for Values-driven education which is now established in 10% of British primary schools.
Phil Clothier is Chief Executive Officer of Barrett Values Centre. Barrett Values Centre (BVC), in consultation with the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and partnership with the charity Action for Happiness, has conducted a major study into the values of the people of the UK as a whole, with separate breakdowns for the people of Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, and the nine different regions of England.
In October 2012, the UK National and Community Values Assessment 2012 asked 4000 people living in the UK about the values that are most important to them personally; the values they currently experience in their nation and community; and the values they would like to experience in their nation and community.
Phil will be sharing the full results in this webinar in order to create a new conversation in families, communities, business, schools, and government so we can all take the next steps in becoming a consciously values-driven society.
Nigel Cohen promotes the work of Values Based Education, founded by former headmaster, Neil Hawkes. He will share his views of the Values survey and its relevance for values based education. Values Education is a teaching framework. It conceptualises education in a way that places the search for meaning and purpose at the heart of the educational process. Its focus is the development of more positive relationships and higher quality in education. Its goal is for students to adopt the values they learn about and experience into their behaviour. Values-based Education is one of the most profound changes taking place in education, in the UK and beyond. Approaching 10% of primary schools and many secondary schools have chosen to adopt Values-based methodologies. The schools who adopt this approach find it inspirational, as it empowers pupils to be confident and reflective learners, staff to have high morale and parents to celebrate the way their children are being educated. This is why we say: Values-based Education is better for everyone.
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