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Naphill and Walters Ash School
At our school we promote British Values to give our children strategies to challenge extremist views and develop skills and attitudes that will allow them to participate fully in, and contribute positively to, life in modern multi-cultural Britain. We do this in the following ways.
We expect everyone in our school to be;
We encourage our children to be responsible, particularly for their actions, learning, belongings and environment.
It’s important to consider each other’s points of views and accept differences of opinion. We help to give our children the ability to think through problems and challenges for themselves, and be able to explain their thoughts and actions.
We want our children to understand that they cannot always be first or be the best. Sometimes life might feel a little unfair, but they know that if they keep going, work hard and do their best, they will be successful.
We teach our children to look back at their work and actions, and think about how they could achieve a different, and if applicable, a better outcome.
Can our children solve problems for themselves? If they find their work a challenge or are stuck, do they know how to attempt to solve the problem before asking for help? Making sure that they are prepared for school, by having their reading books and PE kits ready.
These values and attributes give our children invaluable core life skills to build on through their academic careers and beyond into adult life and the workplace.
Schools are expected to teach and promote British values as set out by the Department for Education. These values are;
Rule of Law
Tolerance of Individual Faiths and Beliefs