British Values and SMSC

For each other we CARE
2000px-Civil_Jack_of_the_United_Kingdom.svg Everyday we CREATE
To improve we COMPETE
Together we will COLLABORATE

At Stukeley Meadows Primary School these values are reinforced regularly and in the following ways:

Democracy
School and Class Parliament
Peer mediation and mentors
Classroom/school roles of responsibility
Pupil questionnaires
Teaching of debate/balanced argument writing
Voting and manifesto writing when creating the School Parliament

Rule of Law
Behaviour and Anti-Bullying Policies
Classroom rules ‘Stukeley Children must…’
Rewards and sanctions
Road safety
Bikeability
E Safety
Football and Netball tournaments
Assemblies
Citizenship lessons

Individual Liberty
Opportunities for child-led learning
Choices offered across the curriculum – e.g. reading books
Large variety of school clubs offered
Individual targets set for learning
Choosing own dinner
Emphasis on ‘MINDSET’

Tolerance and Respect
Good manners expected from all members of the school community
High expectations of behaviour
Celebrating different religious festivals
Assemblies and Collective Worship
Lunch-catering for different needs
Teaching about different religions throughout the school
GENR8 assemblies
Selling poppies in school
Harvest gifts delivered to Church for Godmanchester Food Bank
Raising money for Guide Dogs for the Blind
Participation in charity days i.e. Children in Need, Comic Relief

 

The following plan identifies where British Values/PSHE/Citizenship/R.E. and our own Stukeley Values are taught as discrete ‘units’ or embedded in topic teaching

SMSC at STUKELEY