Thinking about our British Values

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British Values

This week, we have enjoyed a number of activities which have helped us to reflect on our British Values and their importance to us as individuals and as a society.


We have learnt all about democracy as part of our topic work; learning about its roots in Ancient Greece and how it is now established in the UK today. We shared our thoughts and opinions about the importance of democracy and considered how we as pupils also have a voice in school through our Pupil Council.

As part of a competition run by Waitrose and through our PSHE learning we talked about the role of our monarch and the ways in which she is a role model of how to live by our British Values. We thought about the significance of the queen in our country and all that she does for the people who live here. The competition is to design a cake for The Queen's birthday celebrations as it is a significant year for her now she is the longest reigning monarch in history. We created patriotic designs with our British Values in mind and will be sending them off to Waitrose to be judged...


We enjoyed a Harvest Festival assembly this week too which was great fun! Reverend Peter came to visit to tell us a story linked to harvest and we got to sing both of our harvest songs. This was another opportunity for reflection and enabled us to play our part as responsible and respectfuol citizens, helping those less fortunate than ourselves.

Harvest 1      Harvest 2

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