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Earith Primary School

British Values 

All pupils at Earith Primary School are strongly encouraged to regard people of all faiths, races and cultures with respect and tolerance. At our school we ensure that pupils understand that while different people may hold different views about what is ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, all people living in England are subject to its law. We promote fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs. As a community we actively challenge opinions or behaviours in school that are contrary to fundamental British values. We expect all staff to maintain high ethics and behaviour, within and outside school.

At Earith we reinforce these values in our daily provision for all. The school takes opportunities to actively promote British Values through our assemblies and whole school systems, structures and events.

Promoting British Values

The government defines British Values as democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths and beliefs.

Value How We Promote It

Democracy

Links to School Values:

Respect, responsibility,

  • We have an elected School council.  This is used as an opportunity to promote and teach about democracy and the electoral process.
  • We have an elected eco council.
  • We encourage the children to volunteer to do things e.g. play leaders, junior wardens.
  • We encourage the children to raise  money for charity
  • Assemblies promote democracy.
  • PSHE lessons promote democracy, also links are made in history lessons.
  • Celebration of Queen’s birthday, assemblies about ST George’s day and St David’s day. An eisteddfod on St David’s day etc.

The Rule of Law

Links to School Values:

Respect, responsibility,

  • We have high  expectations about pupil conduct and this  is reflected in our behaviour policy.
  • Consistent  demonstration of values is recognised by such things as star of the week and in class rewards.
  • Assemblies and PSHE lessons teach the children about how to earn trust and respect. They also support the children’s understanding of knowing right  from wrong and that there are consequence attached to making poor choices.
  • The Junior Warden programme supports children’s understanding of their role in society.

Individual Liberty

Links to School Values:

Respect

  • Through our school values and the PSHE scheme of work, assemblies the children are taught about personal responsibility, choices, ambition and aspiration,
  • The Junior Warden scheme for year 5 children provides opportunities for developing career aspirations.
  • Children are encouraged to follow their interests in sports, art, music etc.
  • The PSHE curriculum includes units on individual liberty including ‘Good to be Me’
  • Children are taught to keep themselves safe including on-line.  This is done through assemblies, computing lessons, PSHE curriculum. Visits from outside agencies e.g. fire brigade, NSPCC, St John’s ambulance, Junior wardens, Local haulage companies.
  • Pupil voice – children can express thoughts and be listened to e.g. school dinners, football goals, lunchtime set up.

Mutual Respect

Links to School Values:

Respect, responsibility, resilience

  • We have high expectations about pupil behaviour
  • Through our values, PSHE curriculum e.g. ‘Getting on and Falling Out’, assemblies and work in general the children are taught to respect each other, to be co-operative and collaborative.
  • Raising money for  Children in Need, Sports Relief, Dotty Day.
  • RE curriculum also support this in looking at differences between faiths.

Tolerance of Different Faiths and Beliefs

Links to School Values:

Respect, responsibility, resilience

  • High expectations of behaviour.
  • Tolerance of different faiths and beliefs is promoted through our teaching of R.E.  Children learn about different religions , beliefs, places of worship and festivals.
  • Assemblies focus on different festivals during the year e.g. Ramadan, Chinese New Year, Easter etc.
  • We encourage visits into school e.g. Buddhist visitor, Open the Book, Sikh visitor etc.

 

Parent Pamphlet on British Values 2016 

 

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