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British Values


British Values

‘Schools should promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs’

Department for Education (November 2014)


British values are taught and reinforced regularly in the following ways:

  • Our Behaviour and Anti-bullying Policy is rooted in the school’s rules. Pupils are taught about fundamental behaviours and values in weekly assemblies and PSHE lessons and our rewards and sanctions are linked to them. At the heart of this is a restorative approach to resolving issues which arise when a school rule is broken in the classroom or playground.

  • Pupils have the opportunity to have their voice heard through the democratically elected House Captains and pupil questionnaires.

  • A ‘Worry Box’ in every classroom where children can confidentially report.

  • Teaching of different faiths and beliefs through our RE curriculum and in assemblies.

  • Links with the local community including the church, Fire Service and Food Bank.