British Values Statement

Our British Values Statement underlines our determination to celebrate diversity and promote the values of tolerance, democracy, individual liberty and the rule of law. Click on the link below to see this statement.


British Values Statement



Under the Counter Terrorism and Security Act 2015, schools have a duty to “have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism”.

This school is mindful of our duty to PREVENT extremism/terrorism. To this end the British Values of tolerance, democracy, rule of law and individual liberty are promoted and taught throughout our procedures, policies and curriculum. Please click on the link to our British Values Statement above.

 Schools should be safe places for children to discuss ideas about the world and teachers treat discussions surrounding sensitive issues with care. Visitors or speakers, whether invited by pupils or staff, are checked to make sure they are suitable for primary age children and are fully supervised by the class teacher during their time in school.

The school has robust safeguarding procedures in place to identify children at risk and to intervene as appropriate. All areas of the curriculum support diversity, welfare, equality and safety. Pupils are encouraged to respect others with particular regard to the protected characteristics in the Equality Act 2010.