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British Values

British Values

How do we promote them?


-Democracy is one of our 12 core school values

-Elected school councillors

-Debates and discussions in assemblies and in classrooms

Rule of law

-Our high expectations for behaviour are set out in our behaviour policy

-One of our core values is respect. Through our assemblies and other activities we encourage our children to behave respectfully. We seek to develop a strong sense of morality in school.

-Participation in ‘Junior Citizen’ and cycling proficiency.

Individual liberty

-Through discussion of our core values of aspiration and responsibility we encourage all of our children to make the most of opportunities and to follow their interests and passions.

-Children are taught to keep themselves safe in assemblies and workshops delivered by outside agencies such as Childline or NSPCC.

-‘Open classroom’ mornings and sharing assemblies are used to celebrate effort and achievement

-Clear and concise behaviour and anti-bullying policies are in place

-A range of extra-curricular clubs are offered

Mutual respect and tolerance of other faiths

-Diversity is a core school value

-Children are taught about the United Nations Convention on ‘rights of the child’ during whole school assemblies.

-The ‘Tale trail’ project provides participants with an insight into a number of different cultural perspectives

-Weekly Key Stage 2 assemblies focus on ‘broadening horizons’ in looking at international current affairs.