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1 Promoting British Values at Rowledge CE Primary School

2 What does promoting British Values in schools mean?

3 “A key part of our plan for education is to ensure children become valuable and fully rounded members of society who treat others with respect and tolerance, regardless of background.” “We want every school to promote the basic British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance for those of different faiths and beliefs.” “This ensures young people understand the importance of respect and leave school fully prepared for life in modern Britain.” DfE 2014 Guidance on promoting British values in schools was published 27 th November 2014

4 How do we promote British Values in our school?

5 Pupil Voice Young Governors Use of forest Playtimes Independent learning projects Circle time SEN provision Self initiated / personalised learning E safety Clubs Behaviour policy (adults listening) Talent show Performances in celebration assemblies Summer concert Mufti / dress up days Peace Event Remembrance Service History curriculum Assemblies e.g. key figures who campaigned for freedom. RE lessons Freedom Individual liberty

6 Law Golden rules RRR - Class charters Circle time Accountability – responsible for own actions Yr 6 magistrates visit Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) School Rules PSHE and Circle time sessions E Safety Road safety Junior Road Safety Officers Visits from police and fire service RE – Morals, ‘laws’ of different religions. Young Governors – creating / monitoring of rules.

7 Democracy (decision making) RRR Discovery time Golden time Pupil Voice Class Charters Pupil, Parent and Staff Questionnaires History curriculum e.g. Yr 3 Romans, Yr 4 WWII, Yr 6 Ancient Greece Meetings – Young Governors, Governors, Staff, SLT History curriculum e.g. Yr 1 Famous people in History, Yr 3 Romans, Yr 4 WWII, Yr 6 Ancient Greece. Young governors – elections, representing class Independent learning projects

8 Signposts Team assemblies Year R playground buddies Guardian Angels Social groups ELSA sessions Class Charters RRR work Circle time / PSHE RE curriculum – Judaism, Islam, Hinduism Assemblies School trips e.g. Hindu temple School Values EYFS curriculum (people and community) Multi cultural week Peer teaching e.g. number buddies

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