It is widely acknowledged that Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) needs to be underpinned by personal values and conviction. Various approaches all imply a moral dimension and are referenced to values. This chapter explores how tutors in the Faculty of Education at one UK university attempted to foreground values and deeply held principles in their everyday work. As part of their staff development programme, colleagues met together to articulate the ethos which permeated their work. Five main themes emerged—community, respect, knowledge, evidence and innovation. It is argued these values have the potential to underpin many different types of work and to support ESD at a deep and lasting level. They also provide a moral compass against which to make judgements and strategic decisions.