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British Values

Across our school we actively promote the British values through our curriculum, policies and assemblies. Also, through our motto “Love to Learn: Learn to Love” we believe that we prepare our children well as future citizens.

Democracy

  • Pupil elected representatives on School Council, Collective Worship Committee and other pupil bodies.
  • Elected house captains and sports’ ambassadors
  • History/Geography- development of the British Democratic system (and other cultures)

The Rule of Law

  • School Rules, Golden Rules/Class rules
  • Behaviour Code
  • Rewards and Sanctions
  • Role of law in society: visitors e.g. police, magistrates
  • Values Education
  • Cycling proficiency
  • E-Safety

Individual Responsibility and Liberty

  • Choice of challenge in work
  • Class monitors
  • Year 6 roles: Playground Patrol and supporting Reception children in class
  • Year 5 roles: Play leaders
  • Buddying system
  • Ready to Learn scheme
  • Developing the role of leaders in classes e.g. sports committee (afternoons, clubs run by children)
  • Charity days e.g. fun runs etc…

Mutual Respect

  • Rock Challenge- respecting other schools and their performances
  • Sports teams and representing the school
  • School journey – learning to share
  • Remembrance
  • E-Safety
  • Mediation and conflict resolution

Tolerance of Others

  • RE: teaching major religions and allowing children to experience other cultures, visitors – from the local and different communities.
  • Worship committee- other denominations and religions represented in collective worship, team work in class/sports/rock challenge.
  • Fair play – Values
  • Working in groups – assigning roles
  • Learning about other cultures
  • Mediation and conflict resolution