British Values

BRITISH VALUES at Bocking Primary

At Bocking Primary School, we promote British Values throughout our school and within our curriculum.

“We want every school to promote the basic British Values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, and mutual respect and tolerance for those of different faiths and beliefs.” Lord Nash

Our children developed and understood that;

Democracy is:
A culture built upon freedom and equality, where everyone is aware of their rights and responsibilities.

The rule of law is:
The need for rules to make a happy, safe and secure environment to live and work.

Individual liberty is:
Protection of your rights and the rights of others around you.

Mutual respect & tolerance of different faiths and beliefs is:
Understanding that we all don’t share the same beliefs and values. Respecting those values, ideas and beliefs of others whilst not imposing our own onto them.

Our school values statement and core school values clearly reflect this, and the whole school strives to uphold them.

At Bocking Primary we teach British values within our curriculum topics of Similarities and Differences, Caring and Responsibility. We also teach British values through our Life Skills curriculum that focuses on Communication, Being reflective, Problem Solving and Teamwork.
Pupil Forum

Mission Statement 

To learn, to explore, to enjoy 

Welcome to the Attain Academy Partnership Pupil Forum, our pupil forum is a vibrant hub where young minds become leaders, voices are heard, and positive change is fostered. Here, pupils actively participate in shaping their educational journey, contributing to decision-making processes, and developing essential life skills. The Forum meets twice a term, providing a structured and regular forum for students to come together, discuss ideas, and collaborate on initiatives across the Trust. Pupils also have opportunities to visit schools in trust and to meet with the trustees to present their ideas and findings.  
The pupil forum is not just about meetings; it's about empowering our pupils to be active contributors to their education. Through their roles, pupils develop leadership, teamwork, communication, and problem-solving skills that will serve them in the wider community and school. 
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