At Church Langton we take very seriously our responsibility to prepare children for life in modern, multicultural Britain. We incorporate fundamental British Values of tolerance and respect across the ethos and work of the school. All curriculum areas provide a channel for furthering the development of these concepts.
Lessons provide excellent opportunities to deepen and develop understanding of British values, respect, tolerance, democracy and liberty. Children embrace these concepts with enthusiasm and demonstrate a good understanding of their application to their own lives. Our Christian values ensure our children have a values-based understanding which gives them an excellent platform for embracing difference.

Value: Mutual respect and the tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs

Statement 

Respect is a fundamental Christian value which underpins the mission statement of our school. We pay explicit attention to this as part of our RE and PSHE curriculum as well as sharing in our daily collective worship.

Evidence 

Whole School Collective Worship sharing:

  • School Values
  • Global religious and cultural festivals celebrated
  • United Nationals 21 Sustainability Goals [Hope for Humanity]
  • Celebration Assembly
  • British Values

Whole School Relationship Policy and School-wide Behaviour Statements

School Council made up of pupils from years 1 to 6.

House Captains and Vice-Captains

Collective Worship Team working with our School Chaplain

Impact 

Pupils value the richness of living in modern Britain. They respect and celebrate our diverse cultures, faiths and communities.    They recognise and celebrate our similarities and differences as human beings.

Pupils are proud to be part of modern Britain

Children have the opportunity to engage in cultural experiences and religious experiences which broadens their horizons.

Value: Democracy

Statement

The children at our school see democracy carried out in a variety of ways and see this as being an essential component of successful team working.
 
Democracy is a value that children meet when discussing respect and fairness.

Evidence

The establishment of a new School Council each year models the democratic process.

Collective Worship focusing on the history of democracy and examples of wh
 
RE planning and work books.
 
Learning Walks for behaviour and behaviour for learning School Values

Impact

Children are able to work co-operatively in pairs and groups as well as in whole class situations. They understand about turn taking and respecting the views of others.
 
Children in KS2 in particular are able to use the language of respect.

Value: Rule of Law

Statement

The children at Church Langton are familiar with this concept through the ethos and work of the school. Discussion of values are part of RE and PHSE lessons,
 
KS2 children develop skills in debating and discussing laws/rules and their application.

Evidence

Whole School Assemblies as outlined above

Whole School Relationship Policy and School-wide Behaviour Statements

PHSE Curriculum including role of parliament

History Curriculum

School Council as outlined above

Anti-Bullying Week

Impact

Pupils have very clear values/moral compass which guides their behaviour choices; they have a definite sense of what is right and what is wrong.

Pupils look after each other and take responsibility for each other; any conflicts are resolved quickly and effectively.

Pupils understand and celebrate differences in views and are able to explore moral and ethical issues in a reasoned way.

Value: Individual Liberty

Statement

Our children are encouraged to learn about their rights and the rights of others. They learn about the importance of human rights and equality, respect and dignity through our school values.

Evidence

Whole School Assemblies as outlined above including the united nation sustainable goals.

Whole School Relationship Policy and School-wide Behaviour Statements

PHSE Curriculum

RE Curriculum

Impact

An importance of being in the moment and seeing themselves as human beings and not human doings

Pupils have a developing empathy with others and are able to see beyond the self.

Pupil develop a respect for themselves and others.

Pupils have an awareness of and understanding of their own and other’s beliefs and values

Date posted: 3rd February 2022 | Author: | Comments Off on British Values

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