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The Values Passport was developed following suggestions from our 2022-2023 Head Girl Team, Annabel Mair, Chloe de Gouveia and Michaela Taylor, with input from representatives of the Student Council. 

Its purpose is:

  • To encourage and celebrate members of our community in living our values: Aspire, Inquire, Excel, Belong
  • To help students enrich their cultural, academic and social experience in and beyond College

How does it work?

  • Students can log completion of activities linked to the values (no evidence is required, we trust and celebrate!) 
  • Tutors will be able to review the Passport with students in mentoring sessions and in other conversations 
  • Tutors will be able to identify any barriers to students accessing these opportunities 
  • Students can go back and complete a Lower School activity in the Upper School (but they won't be able to tick off a Sixth Form activity in the Lower School)

Here is a sample of the Values challenges:


Cook dinner for your family
Take out and read at least 3 books from the College Library
Reach out to a teacher for extra support with a subject
Join at least 2 clubs at College

Do something physically challenging with your friends, like coasteering or rock climbing
Read aloud in class  
Earn a certificate for Achievement Marks  
Participate in a House event 

Address a public audience, e.g. Lower School Assembly
Ask a teacher for a way to extend your learning about a favourite topic and complete this task  
Contribute to JC Life
Serve as a Kindness Ambassador

Attend a live theatre performance

Achieve an ‘Excellent’ for all areas in one or more subjects (periodic report)
Support with Year 6 transition or Year 5 taster days

Complete work experience  
Serve as a student Librarian  
Complete Bronze Duke of Edinburgh
Represent your Form in Student Council  

Address a public audience, e.g. an Upper School Assembly
Complete Peer Mediator training  
Learn to play a piece of music on a musical instrument
Represent the College in a competition or sporting event

Visit a museum, art gallery or exhibition  
Participate in a formal debate
Be recognised for an achievement in assembly or Prize Giving
Give time to a community service event (in College or beyond)

Join a school trip
Contribute to GCSE options evening process

Visit a site of religious or spiritual significance

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Speak in whole school assembly  
Help a younger student with their learning (e.g. at a clinic)
Lead a club or activity for younger students
Serve as a Buddy to a Year 7 student  

Take on a student leadership role (peer mentor, Junior Prefect, SSLT etc.)

Contribute to A level options process
Complete Silver Duke of Edinburgh
Lead at least 2 tours for prospective students

Visit a university or a prospective employer
Take part in a subject-specific competition or super curricular event  
Have an article published in JC Life  
Volunteer e.g. bag packing, supporting in a care home or a primary school  

Take part in a youth assembly / Youth Parliament / Joint Student Forum or similar  

Contribute to Open Evening

Contribute to the leadership of a House session