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Promoting British Values

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British Values run through everything we do here
St Stephen & All Martyrs’.
British Values are central values which link with our school values and help to make us the best possible citizens we can be.

We demonstrate;

Mutual Respect through our:

  • Adults who model respectful behaviour
  • Positive relationships- encouraged and modelled: pupil/pupil, adult/pupil, adult/adult.
  • Performance & class assemblies
  • ‘Anti-Bullying week’
  • Competitive sports links
  • PHSCE curriculum
  • School Council
  • Playground Pals
  • Peer Mediators
  • Supporting charities
  • Achievement assemblies
  • E-safety


We demonstrate;

Democracy through our:

  • School Council representatives
  • An active School Council
  • Pupil surveys
  • Democracy linked worship
  • PHSCE curriculum
  • Head girl & Head boy appointment


We demonstrate;

Tolerance through our:

  • Our understanding of different faiths & beliefs
  • Our Aims & Values
  • PSHCE & RE curriculum
  • Equalities policies
  • Reflection time during class & whole school worship
  • Christmas traditions around the world
  • Harvest celebration and links with Urban Outreach
  • Study of different religions & faiths
  • Links with our Church
  • Celebration through topic work
  • Collective worship

We demonstrate;

Personal Responsibility & Individual Liberty through our:

  • School uniform
  • Homework & reading diaries
  • PHSCE lessons
  • Home/School agreement
  • PLT in school
  • Understanding responsibilities – pupil attitude to learning
  • Pupils encouraged to make choices in a safe and supportive environment within & beyond school
  • School values
  • E-safety
  • Crucial crew work
  • Extra-curricular choice

We demonstrate;

Rule of Law through our:

  • Behaviour policy – everybody is aware of our behaviour policy & it is understood & followed
  • Reward systems in school
  • Pupils have regular opportunities to reflect on learning, behaviour, feelings across the curriculum
  • Parent/pupil questionnaires
  • Safety ambassador’s role – Fire safety, Road safety, Water safety, E-safety
  • Kidsafe work in school
  • Bikeability sessions across school
  • Crucial Crew work
  • PHSCE curriculum