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St Paul's Catholic Primary School

A Voluntary Academy

Aspire not have more but to be more – St Oscar Romero

British Values

Our British Values

  • We take turns and share: During conversations, when we are standing in a line and during our games with friends.
  • We are polite: We say please and thank you, we respect our toys, we help our friends to tidy up.
  • We are kind and gentle: We follow our behaviour goals which we have written together. 
  • We are learning to listen: We wait for our friends to finish speaking before we speak, we do not shout out in groups, we enjoy listening to music.
  • We are part of our local community and we visit: our local library, church and local walks. 
  • We learn about the world around us: We mark special multicultural days from our local community and the wider world, we read books, watch videos, play with toys to learn about people from other cultures and religions and people with disabilities to understand we are special. 
  • We learn about British seasons: Winter- January, February, March. Spring- April, May and June. Summer- July, August, September. Autumn- October, November, December. 
  • We celebrate British festivals: Burns Night, Pancake Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Bonfire Night, Harvest Festival, Remembrance Day.

Celebrating British Values ‘We are all different and special’

Celebrating British Values ‘We are all different and special’ 1

Exploring how we can embody British values

Exploring how we can embody British values 1
Exploring how we can embody British values 2
Exploring how we can embody British values 3
Exploring how we can embody British values 4
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