We have a duty to promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of our children.  This includes actively promoting fundamental British values, or human values, as we see them.  The way in which we achieve this includes the following:

 

Democracy

  • Process for electing Student council
  • Student council activity
  • Process for electing Playground helpers
  • Mock elections including debates
  • Teaching about the Suffragettes
  • Consultation with children as part of all policy making
  • Some assembly content

The Rule of Law

  • Class rules
  • Positive playground plan
  • Expectations for behaviour in assembly
  • Individual behaviour contracts
  • Reward systems
  • Some curriculum content
  • Some assembly content

Individual Liberty

  • Listening to each other’s ideas
  • Choices in learning
  • Choice of lunchtime activities
  • Older children have choice about taking responsibility
  • Rights of the individual central to the behaviour policy
  • Some curriculum content
  • Some assembly content

Mutual Respect and Tolerance of those with Different Faiths and Beliefs

  • Opportunities for class discussions
  • RE curriculum opportunities
  • Recognition and celebration of key festivals from all world religions
  • Ethos for assemblies – distinctively Christian and genuinely inclusive