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British Values

Individual Liberty – Freedom for All

Personal, social and emotional development is supported through a range of activities and experiences to promote children’s self-confidence and self-awareness.

Children join in play confidently and are able to state their preferences – what they like and do not like, and have confidence in what they can do.

Through activities they learn about others and that we can have different views.

Mutual Respect and Tolerance – treat others as you want to be treated

Personal, social and emotional development is supported through a range of activities and experiences enabling children in managing their feelings and behaviour, and in making relationships.

Understanding the World is supported through a range of activities and experiences enabling children to learn about people and communities, respecting similarities and differences.

Children have respect for others and begin to learn to work together, recognising others feelings.
They learn about other races, faiths, cultures, traditions.

Staff challenge stereotypes (gender, cultural, racial) and ensure resources reflect this.

Democracy – making decisions together

Personal, social and emotional development is supported through a range of activities and experiences to promote children’s self-confidence and self-awareness. Children’s voice is promoted; children can share their comments and ideas.

Children learn turn taking, sharing, co-operation and working together.

Critical thinking and questioning are encouraged.

Rule of Law – understanding that rules matter

Personal, social and emotional development is supported through a range of activities and experiences enabling children in managing their feelings and behaviour, and in making relationships.

Children begin to learn right from wrong and consequences.

Children understand rules and begin to help to create rules.