We make the children feel valued and unafraid to 'have a go'The teachers make lessons fun.Inky's Good Learner values help us to be the best that we can be.It's good to know your child is in safe hands.I love coming to school because the people are really smiley.The parents and children love the traditional events.We are proud of our school and it's achievements.The team of staff work enthusiastically to create a wide and varied curriculum.The school has a wide range of after school clubs.We feel proud of work.

British Values

How is this done at Inkberrow Primary School?

 

We can:

‘actively promote …’
• Focus on, and show how, the school’s work is effective in securing these values
• Challenging pupils, staff or parents who express opinions contrary to British values

Democracy – what do we do?
Provide pupils with a broad general knowledge of, and promote respect for, public institutions and services
• Teach pupils how they can influence decision-making through the democratic process
• Include in the curriculum information on the advantages and disadvantages of democracy and how it works in Britain
• Encourage pupils to become involved in decision-making processes and ensure they are listened to in school
• Organise visits to the local council and Parliament
• Hold ‘mock elections’ so pupils learn how to argue and defend points of view
• Help pupils to express their views
• Teach pupils how public services operate and how they are held to account
• Model how perceived injustice can be peacefully challenged

 

Rule of law – what do we do?
•Ensure school rules and expectations are clear and fair
•Help pupils to distinguish right from wrong
•Help pupils to respect the law and the basis on which it is made
•Help pupils to understand that living under the rule of law protects individuals
•Include visits from the police in the curriculum

 

Individual liberty – what do we do?
•Support pupils to develop their self-knowledge, self-esteem and self-confidence
•Encourage pupils to take responsibility for their behaviour, as well as knowing their rights
•Challenge stereotypes
•Implement a strong anti-bullying culture

Model freedom of speech through pupil participation

Mutual Respect and tolerance – what do we do?
•Promote res pect for individual differences
•Help pupils to acquire an understanding of, and respect for, their own and other cultures and ways of life
•Challenge prejudicial or discriminatory behaviour
•Organise visits to places of worship
•Develop links with faith communities
•Develop critical personal thinking skills
•Discuss differences between people, such as differences of faith, ethnicity, disability or gender and differences of family situations, such as looked-after children or young careers


Monitoring:

The Head teacher and Governors will monitor how the school promotes British values by the following means;

 

Visiting Assemblies

Discussions with pupils, parents and staff

School questionnaires (parents and pupils)

School Sharing and Caring Year books

Friday letters

Curriculum Planning / Sharing and Caring Planning

Work trawls / Learning Walks