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Promoting British Values

The Government set out its definition of British Values in the 2011 Prevent Strategy, and these values have been reiterated since this time. The British Values are: Democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect, and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs.  These fundamental British Values are promoted at Broxbourne CE Primary in the following ways:


School community vote for Charity of the Year

Kingfisher Council

‘Orange books’ for ideas

Y6 visits to Houses of Parliament & local council

Pupil Voice – work & response

Development of school vision

Rule of Law

Behaviour & Anti-bullying policies

Water Safety Aseemblies/Visitors

Early Years Fire Station visit

E-Safety Policy/Safer Internet Day

Courtroom debating during English lessons

The School Promise & Home School Agreement

Classroom rules


Individual Liberty

Own research

Partner & group work

Child-led learning

Library – choose own books

Choice of lunchtime and extra-curricular clubs

Mental Wellbeing Awareness workshops

Mutual Respect

Good Manners table

Celebrate all religious festivals

Lunch menu caters for different needs

Remembrance Day

Fundraising for various charities

Pupil  involvement in interview process for Head &  Deputy roles

Show Racisim the Red Card