British Values

The Fundamental Values are:

Democracy

The rule of law

Individual liberty

Mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs


What do these mean at Manor?

Democracy

  • We listen to everyone's views.
  • We debate arguments for and against.
  • We all get involved.
  • We express our views in a positive and supportive way.
  • We vote and respect the majority.

Examples

LEARNING EVALUATION GROUP (LEGS) - listen to children's view of the curriculum.

School Council - weekly views gathered from classes.

Debating Club - Debates integrated into our curriculum e.g. persuasion

Talk / Learning partners

Children involved in our decision making, e.g. which charities do we support, how do we plan our curriculum?

Rule of Law

  • We make sure that our rules and expectations are clear to all children and adults.
  • We teach the difference between right and wrong. We focus on good choices and bad choices.
  • We know that the rules keep us safe.
  • We respect the rules.
  • We understand that there will be consequences when bad choices are made.

Individual Liberty

  • We take responsibility for our own behaviour including our learning behaviour.
  • We challenge inequalities and labelling others.
  • We have zero tolerance of bullying.
  • We promote self-esteem and self-confidence.

Respect and Tolerance

  • We promote all values including respect.
  • We have respect for our own and others' cultures.
  • We discuss differences in faith, ethnicity, disability, gender and families.