- Each class takes part in their own democratic vote. Each class has two ambassadors to represent their class, who meet with Mrs Silverton regularly to discuss issues throughout the school.
- Each Key Stage 2 class vote for a member to represent them for our school council.
- In year 6, prefects, a head boy and head girl and voted for to make up the school’s leadership team.
- During the general election, Key Stage 2 studied the different political parties and took part in their own election.
|The rule of law
- The rule of law is discussed through assemblies and the SMSC provision.
- Pupils are taught the rules of different faith groups through Religious Education.
- In each lesson, pupils are encouraged to be independent learners. They are given the freedom to choose learning activities which promote independent thinking and the opportunity to challenge themselves.
- Pupil voice is a strong feature of our school, through the school council, class ambassadors and the school’s leadership team.
|Mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs
- Our school’s values reflect our respect for the diversity of our school community.
- Respect is one our school’s four promises. It is fundamental part of our behaviour policy, and it is a point of discussion in SMSC, assemblies and is embedded throughout school life.
- In school, staff are expected to treat each other, all pupils and parents and families with ‘unconditional positive regard’. The basis of this is mutual respect, regardless of religious and social background.