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Kingsclere CE Primary School

Happy, confident, successful, responsible children with a lifelong love of learning

Headteacher Mr Steve Wells
"A Good School with Outstanding features" - Ofsted

Prevent Agenda - Promoting British Values at Kingsclere CE Primary School

At Kingsclere we are committed to ensuring each child understands the concept of being British. We promote values and attitudes that are essential to future citizens of our country.

This is done in many ways and we have endeavoured to identify some of the activities that take place under the following headings.

Democracy
  • School council elections
  • Running of the school council
  • Voting for house captains and school leaders
  • Annual visit to the houses of parliament (Y6)
  • Debating in class
  • Responding to pupil voice
  • Fair system to allocate places on trips and clubs that are oversubscribed
  • Yr 5 Ancient Greece topic (Athens .v. Spartans)
  • Creation of class charters
  • Elections within classes
  • Behaviour management strategies-hearing all sides of a story
  • Pupil conferencing and responding to this
  • School teams and respecting all achievements
  • Participation in sporting events
  • P4C
Rule of Law
  • School rules and sanctions
  • School council feed into some decision making, e.g. rules for toys, golden rules.
  • School rules displayed in all classrooms and communal areas.
  • Class charters/rules
  • PSHE units across all year groups
  • SRE
  • Visits from the community police officer
  • Knowing and agreeing what is right and wrong
  • E-safety
  • Westminster visit in year 6
  • Drugs and smoking education
  • Behaviour book
  • Visits from the fire service
  • Visits from parish council members
Individual Liberty
  • Bullies will not be tolerated
  • Universal message shared that children know they always have someone at school to talk to
  • Remembrance week
  • Armed forces day-understanding the importance of liberty, recognising their work on our behalf and those in other countries
  • Being responsible for our own behaviour
  • Not being stereotypical and encouraging non gender specific play
  • Provide toys/games/activities for use by both genders
  • Listening to children’s points of view
  • Allowing and respecting children’s rights not to attend assembly, participate in aspects of the school curriculum, watch television clips, etc. due to faith or belief
  • Children are encouraged make choices about their learning within school.
  • Pupils are encouraged to know, understand and exercise their rights and responsibilities
  • Pupils are given the freedom to make a wide range of choices from attending extra-curricular clubs and supporting fund raising events
  • E-safety
  • Food choices at meal times
  • Taught how to exercise their rights safely
Tolerance of different faiths and beliefs
  • Celebrating different faiths and cultures through the whole curriculum and collective worship
  • Assemblies on different festivals which are celebrated throughout the year
  • Allowing children to wear clothing due to religious reasons
  • By providing alternative activities for children who are unable to take part due to religious beliefs
  • Teaching a range of religious stories
  • Visits to places of worship
  • Enhancing pupils’ understanding of their place in a culturally diverse society and by giving them opportunities to experience such diversity.
  • Assemblies and discussions involving prejudices and prejudice-based bullying
  • Local ministers to lead assemblies
Mutual Respect
  • Non gender specific dressing up cloths in EYFS setting and KS1
  • Assemblies-promoting respect and tolerance of differences in each other, different cultures, etc…
  • Curriculum- learning about and acknowledging religious and cultural differences
  • School values-discussed, understood and adhered to by pupils and staff
  • Acceptance and understanding of different family circumstances
  • Supporting a wide range of charities and educating the children on how their fundraising affects the lives of those less fortunate than them.
  • SEAL assemblies
  • Anti-bullying week
  • Reading buddies
  • Peer mentors
  • Teamwork opportunities
  • Celebrating heritage and language of children
  • P4C
  • Peer coaching and peer assessment
  • Uniform permits Sikh bangles, turbans
  • Uniform day for cubs, brownies, scouts and guides
  • School ethos-every child has a voice. Every child is valued and helped to integrate into the whole school community
  • PSHE units across all year groups
  • Participation in EmpathyLab project
  • ELSA
  • Therapeutic Story Writing
  • Performances
  • Visits to the theatre