Promoting and understanding British Values Through our curriculum.

Year 6's held a thought-provoking debate before Miss Gouch took her vote.

The children were buzzing in the run up to the Referendum. I was impressed at the respect and tolerance they showed towards individual differing opinions. Miss Gouch.
Miss Gouch posts her vote.

Time for our own elections as the whole school prepare to elect their Head of Family.

Holly giving her speech about why she would make the perfect Head of Terra Family.
Time to vote.
Then a wait whilst the votes were counted..

Congratulations to all of our Heads of Families!

Our immersive classrooms took us to Stepney Causeway in London - the place of the first Barnardo's home for boys.

We found out all about the lives of Victorian children and thought about how our own lives differ. We produced our own magazine to share our knowledge..
We raised £300 for the Barnardo's Charity.
It's amazing to think that some children today still have the same needs as children in the Victorian times. Thankfully with help from us Barnardo's can keep helping. Mattie.
We joined the 'Clean For The Queen' campaign and cleaned up our own environment.
We even made the local newspaper which helped to make many more people aware that we all need to do our bit. Kaiden.
Kirstie Allsopp even sent her thanks via Twitter.

Our Early Years children love taking care of animals. .

Key Stage One children were worried when they discovered so much rubbish in the river and the harm it causes to animals.

They put together a campaign: Can we stop the drop?

We taught mummys and daddys and lots of adults how important it is to stop dropping litter. Poppy.


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