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Values and ethos

Our Christian ethos

As part of the Livability group of services, we have a broad and inclusive Christian ethos. We welcome people of all faiths and none, to work together towards the good of the whole community.

Nash has a vibrant Christian Union, where students can choose to get involved at whatever level they want. We actively celebrate with and support those of other faiths.

Our key values include:

  • Fairness and diversity
  • Treating people as individuals
  • Being caring and supportive
  • Promoting independence
  • Providing a safe and secure environment

Our diverse culture

We are proud to be such a diverse community, with a rich mix of experience, belief, language and culture. Sharing with each other, and learning from others, is prized at Nash. Our positive and open environment promotes understanding and challenges discrimination. Diversity is embedded in our curriculum. We celebrate diversity in many ways throughout the year, focussing on individual cultures and nations with special activities, meals and times of reflection.

Open

We are
open and real

We strive to be warm-hearted, straightforward and honest. We open doors and create opportunities. We take time to listen to each other and to the people we work with, because that is how we grow.

Enabling

We think
people are amazing

Everyone has something to offer, if they are just given the chance. So, as well as helping with basic needs, we help people take part and be valued – because that is what makes life livable. We are ambitious to achieve real change.


Inclusive

We demand fairness

Far too many people are excluded in our society. We want a fairer world where all are valued, both for what we have in common and for what makes us different. We all share a responsibility to make that a reality.

Courageous

We are the best we can be

Each day we ask ourselves, what can we do better? In work as in life, we are motivated by our bold commitment to making life better for people and their communities, and we hold ourselves to account for the difference we make.

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