Whole School Charter

Ashley High School students, staff and governors have agreed they have the right to:

  • feel safe
  • be happy
  • be listened to and to listen to others
  • be understood
  • not feel ignored
  • learn how to talk to one another
  • form our own opinions and to be able to express them
  • have a clean and tidy and well equipped school
  • not be laughed at if we give our opinions
  • expect action to be taken against bullying
  • receive the best possible help when we need it
  • not feel different if we can't do something
  • work together to improve our school
  • respect others whatever their race or religion
  • be made aware of our responsibilities and rights
  • be taught to care for our world, its resources and all living things
  • learn how to avoid getting ourselves into dangerous situations
  • be helped when making friends isn't easy
  • share information that is useful to us
  • learn about the ways of life of peoples of the world
The original 1997 whole school charter was reviewed by all students in January 2017. The above rights were then proposed by School Council on behalf of all students, and agreed by staff and governors.
Generic Ofsted Outstanding
Healthy Schools 2020
Rights Respecting Schools - Unicef - Level 1
Speaker's School Council Award 2017
Green Tree School Gold Award
ICT Mark Accredited Naace
Rebound Therapy
Innovation Enterprise Alliance
QM History 2019
Widgit Centre
Skills Builder
Discovering Democracy
Autism Award Winner 2018