Human Values Foundation

Human Values Foundation

Charity information

Human Values Foundation

We provide non-denominational, character-building, ready-to-teach VALUES EDUCATION programmes for primary and secondary schools, ideal for assemblies, PSHE education, SMSC, Citizenship & SEAL.

Founded 1995

  • Mission statement

    The Human Values Foundation’s mission is to develop, promote and encourage an uplifting, values-based, 21st-century education process, benefiting particularly young people, teachers and those who look after children.

    To this end we provide empowering, practical, universal resources that foster lasting, life-enriching values, which contribute to an integrated ethical, moral, emotional, social and spiritual education, enabling all young people to fulfil their potential both during their school careers and beyond.

  • Aims

    Human Values Foundation aims to:

    • To enrich profoundly the LIVES and therefore the emotional wellbeing, relationships, social competencies, levels of achievement and life chances of all children and young people
    • To add value to the EDUCATION experience of all children and young people, their teachers and their parents/carers
    • To add SOCIAL value by bringing about positive changes in young people's thinking, behaviour and relationships, enhancing the wellbeing of schools, families and communities
    • To add FINANCIAL value by helping to reduce the £ billions spent each year due to youth underachievement, crime, anti-social behaviour, alcohol-related problems, drug abuse and poor lifestyle choices
  • Overview

    Established: August 1995

    Registered Charity Number: 1048755

    Board members: 5

    Full time staff: 1

    Part time staff: 2

    Volunteers: 5

    Phone number: 01403 259711

    Address: The Coach House Salisbury Road Horsham West Sussex RH13 0AJ

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