Personal and Social Education is central to the educational entitlement of all children at Stormont and permeates all aspects of life in school. It is encompassed within the teaching of several subjects and is an integral part of the whole curriculum – it is not just seen as a separate subject. Through our general routines, in and out of the classroom, and the way in which individuals relate to each other, children are encouraged to form their own attitudes and values. By building positive working relationships between children and staff, all members of our school family are valued as individuals. Children learn to see the need for good manners, self-discipline and appropriate behaviour in whatever situation they find themselves. The School Council and the system of Monitors and House Captains help to develop a sense of responsibility to the community and an idea of service to others.