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British Values

British Values (SMSC)

 

At Scartho Infants’ School and Nursery British Values are embedded throughout the broad and balanced curriculum we teach.

 

Democracy

We respect and listen to each other's views and support each other in improving our work 

Pupils input into each term’s projects to reflect their interests

We celebrate democracy through informed choices within the classroom

We celebrate the armed forces who act within the law to uphold democracy e.g Remembrance

 

Rule of Law

We have clear school and classroom rules and are rewarded through Class Dojo

We have strong links with our Community police officers

We operate a policy of choice with consequence, which teaches responsibility

 

Individual Liberty

We celebrate individual responsible choices in classrooms

Achievement assemblies celebrate academic and pastoral success in school and from home

We give children choices about lunch menus and after school clubs

 

Mutual Respect

We promote the ethos of mutual respect through our principles of learning

We provide opportunities for pupils to develop their understanding, appreciation and respect for difference in the world and its people 

We encourage pupils to engage with views, belief and opinions that our different from their own in considered ways

We actively celebrate the diversity of our community through our REAL projects curriculum, visitors, class reflection, display and specific focused activities

We encourage good manners and treating others as they would wish to be treated

We understand that, whatever our age, we always striving to improve and better ourselves

We support charity events relevant to our school community (Samaritan’s Purse, Jeans for Genes, Children in Need, Comic Relief, Women's Refuge, McMillan Cancer Support)

We actively welcome visitors to our school who broaden our experiences 

 

Respect for other Faiths

We have a balanced approach to RE following the locally agreed syllabus

We learn about faiths within that syllabus

We have assemblies that are broadly Christian and also discuss real life issues which the children experience

We celebrate other religions through inclusion in assemblies and class sharing of experiences.

 

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