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British Values

      British Values       

Eastcroft Park uses all aspects of school life to promote British Values. In Year 6 we see 'British Values' as an essential part of our social and moral development, both as British and World Citizens. 

Democracy 

We will use our pupil voice positively to participate in decisions that affect us both as individuals and our community as a whole.

 

Head Boy/Head Girl Elections

 

Year 6 monitors made the decision as to if they wanted to be considered for the position of head boy or girl. The children that wanted to stand wrote their candidate speech, which they then gave in a KS2 assembly. Following this, KS2 children voted for the candidate that they thought would best serve them. Votes were counted and the decision made. The head boy/girl and deputy head boy/girl were presented with their badges in a special assembly.

 

Well done to all the children that put themselves forward for election and a very special congratulations to our new team:

     Head Girls                         Head Boy

                 

Annie Brown     Chloe Brown                                         Muhammed Gbadamosi

 

Deputy Head Girl                      Deputy Head Boy

                  

             Emily Duffy                                                             Joel Karlsen

Rule of Law

We will behave both according to our school rules and our class charter. 

 

We began this year by thinking about rules and why they are needed. We worked as a team to develop a class charter listing the positive rules we will adhere to this year. 

Individual Liberty

We will take the opportunity to follow and develop our existing interests whilst being prepared to try new things by taking risks and challenges.

Mutual Respect

We will work together to build self esteem, promote individuality and value the contributions of everyone in our school community.

 

We began the year by thinking about what a role model is; we thought about who our role models are and why. Next we thought about who we might be role models to now we are in Year 6 and about how a Year 6 role model should act. We wrote role model poems to illustrate this. 

Tolerance of Different Faiths and Beliefs

We will work together to build self esteem, promote individuality and value the contributions of everyone in our school community.

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