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British Values

At Althorpe and Keadby primary, we aim to consistently promote British Values throughout the school’s curriculum and it is important that we recognise that such development is most successful when those values and attitudes are promoted by all the staff to therefore provide a model of behaviour for our pupils.

The DfE outlines the need“to create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs”

 

BRITISH VALUES

Santa Races.

We enjoyed our annual school Santa races. We worked together in our house teams to see who could be the fastest Santa!

Christmas in the Community

We foster postivie relations with the wider community and recognise that Chrismas is a time for sharing, each year group made a Christmas card and posted it to a house within Keadby. These were well recieved; we are proud of our thoughtful children.

St George's Day

To celebrate St George's Day, we shared the story of how St George defeated a dragon in assembly. This then inspired us to retell the story from different viewpoints, write instructions how to catch a dragon and write reports. We also discovered George was persecuted for his beliefs and made our patron Saint in the 15th Century. Did you know St George is also the Patron Saint of Croatia and Bulgaria?

Years 3 and 4 have been on a walk around our local area of Keadby, exploring local landmarks and talking to the citizens of the village.

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Above and Beyond

At Althorpe and Keadby we value the little things that make a huge difference. We go "Above and Beyond" to ensure that we are polite and well mannered citizens.

We have an "Above and Beyond " board and celebrate children who can answer politely and reply with a courteous "Good morning, how are you?"

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We promoted positive mental health in school by dressing up as superheroes and celebrating our unique powers.

We designed masks, shared our superpowers in groups and ended the day with a "Link of Unity" around the playground. The whole school linked hands and had a quiet time for reflection, children were encouraged to remember that "It's ok to not be ok"

Remembrance Day 2018

We remembered as a whole community at Althorpe Cenotaph. The children joined together with friends and family in a minutes silence to remember those who fought for us in the Great Wars.

Foundation Stage children paid their respects at our schools very own place of remembrance.

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