Working together

It is vital to inform yourself and your teaching staff of the context of SMSC, how to integrate SMSC into your existing provision so it has meaning and purpose.  This will mean your students, staff and school ethos can benefit from the value-based education that SMSC can offer and there are several ways we can work together.


 Consultancy. During local or national restrictions on movement. this can take place via phone Zoom or e-mail.

  1. Start my on-line course SMSC Leadership Programme. Click here
  2. Contact me about free SMSC resources for your students during lockdown.
  3. Read the introduction to my book “The Outstanding World of SMSC” Book introduction
  4. Read my articles on LinkedIn and join my network. LinkedIn
  5. Additional support with Culture Education and Global Collaboration

-Visitors to school

-Twinning with overseas schools

-School trips and overseas tours

-Visits to Museums, Religious places of worship in the UK>

  1. You can complete a quick review on your global collaborations. Discuss with a partner/friend or colleague using any of these prompts.

Where have you travelled to?

Who do you know from a different culture?

Can you speak another language?

What is happening in the world today?

What food have you eaten in a different country?

  1. You can complete a full Audit of your Global Collaborations with suggestions of how to move forward.
  2. Courses and additional support coming soon. Email to register your interest.

Global Collaboration in your school.

Creating a cross-curricular club to enhance SMSC opportunities for all.

SMSC in your personal and family life.

Creating a SMSC audit for your school

Creating a SMSC policy or Statement of Intent for your school.

10. NEW FOR PARENTS – Workbook and guidance to support SMSC into family life – Learning doesn’t end when children leave the classroom…. develop the character building and holistic skills for your children, develop their interests, incorporate strategies into your busy schedule.  Scroll down to find out more about the benefits of SMSC for all. 



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SMSC for everyone

If SMSC is at the heart of your ethos you will be encouraging all to think about the kind of people we aspire to be, the kind of world we aspire to create, and the kind of overall learning journey we aspire to provide.  SMSC is for everyone, schools, families, the workplace. 


SMSC for everyone

 SMSC allows us to be reflective about our own beliefs and perspective on life,  It gives us the knowledge of, and respect for, different people’s faiths, feelings and values.  We can develop a sense of enjoyment and fascination in learning about others and the world around us and be encouraged to use imagaination and creativity in our learning and cultivate a willingness to reflect on our experiences.

Global Collaborations

Global Collaborations help us understand and appreciate the wide range of cultural influences that have shaped our own heritage and that of others. 







 Effective and meaningful SMSC utilises a range of social skills in different contexts, for example working and socialising with others from different religious, ethnic an socio-economic backgrounds.  It can develop an interest in investigating and offering reasoned views about moral and ethical issues and the ability to understand and appreciate the viewpoints of others on these issues. 

The benefits of SMSC


The benefits of meaningful SMSC for all young people include this not exhaustive list…

  • Develop useful ‘soft employability skills’ – self-knowledge, self-esteem, self-confidence, team working, communication, problem-solving and adaptability
  • Distinguish right from wrong and understand and respect the law
  • Develop a broad general knowledge of public institutions and services
  • Be well-informed about options and challenges faced
  • Develop a positive response to artistic, sporting and cultural opportunities
  • Develop into responsible citizens who can show initiative and make a positive contribution to their local community and wider society
  • Explore and develop their creativity and imagination and become successful, curious and resilient life-long learners who enjoy learning
  • Lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives
  • Reflect on beliefs and values and acquire an appreciation of, and respect for, our diverse British culture, and other cultures around the world in a way that promotes tolerance and harmony, and safeguards against the risk of developing extreme or radical views


 I host a regular Monday night webinar at 8pm.  The focus is on…Key Actions for SMSC Leaders. 
– find out about the context of SMSC
– benefits for students
– Intent, Implementation, Impact
– Questions
£20 simply send me a message and I can send you the Zoom link and notes.
Primary School Teacher

Sounds fabulous Hayley, I am totally with you on the SMSC front.

Other resources

Access my on-line platform for downloadable resources, information about on-line courses and my e-book. Click here


Watch the video to find out more about my regular SMSC Webinar and then send me a message to join the next one.