Schools have a duty to promote fundamental British Values in school. Through assemblies, values education, celebrating children’s learning, children’s positive behaviour, national events and significant days, the children are involved in these concepts throughout the year. More examples are mentioned below.
Rule of Law: Children have helped write the behaviour policy, receive points and certificates for positive behaviour and take part in Internet Safety lessons.
Democracy: Children vote for school councilors and house captains, complete questionnaires and and are involved in choosing games, songs and activities around the school.
Tolerance: Children take part in fundraising activities, visits to places of worship and experience a cooked lunch influenced by a range of cuisines.
Respect: Children take part in values education, educational visits, national charity events and receive special mention certificates.
Individual Liberty: Children have a choice of after school clubs, cook and grow as part of developing a healthy lifestyle and learn life choices on the Life Caravan.