Dear Friends in the education world
We are so excited as our Shared Values Campaign is now good to go! As part of World Values Day (21 October 2021) we take off!
What is the Bradford District Shared Values Campaign about?
Bradford District Shared Values is a people-led campaign that inspires and aspires to get all communities and organisations in the Bradford District to live and celebrate the four human values that bring us together:
Bradford for Everyone listened to over a thousand people living in the Bradford District who told us that by having a set of shared values that belong to us all will connect us more, help us grow, shine and create the future we want to experience.
So, the Shared Values Campaign is for every organisation, community and individual living and working in the Bradford District - something that belongs to us all and something we share.
Where do we start?
We start by measuring where we are at!
To help us measure the success of the Shared Values Campaign, we are carrying out pre and post surveys and we would love to invite you on this journey with us.
The surveys are very short and should not take you more than a few minutes to complete.
If you are / work in an education setting (nursey, school, college, university or training provider) we want to hear from you! Please use this link to the education survey:
Did you know…
Our website is ready too! We are working hard behind the scenes to get all the tools you need to get you going, please do check it out and do keep an eye on things at
Our promise counter is now live! You can make YOUR promise at:
Join our movement, live and celebrate our shared values. Should you have any questions and or
want to be our lead champions promoting this campaign email us at
We look forward to sharing our values with you!
Project Support Officer
Stronger Communities Together Strategy delivering under Bradford For Everyone
Neighbourhood and Customer Services
Tel: 01274 435677 ? Mob: 07582 109 834
Address: Sir Henry Mitchell House, 4 Manchester Road, Bradford, BD5 0QL