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British Values

What are British Values?

 

There are 5 key British Values which we as a school and as individuals work towards and uphold:

 

 

                          Democracy

                       The Rule of Law

                      Individual Liberty

                       Mutual Respect

                          Tolerance

 

 

 

Our work in school, our behaviours at playtime and at lunchtime should reflect these values. As a school, we take part in activities throughout the year which aim to develop our knowledge and understanding of these values, helping us to become better citizens.

Kindness Day

Friday 31st March 2017

 

To commemorate the 20th anniversary of the death of Princess Diana.

 

It has been twenty years since her death, but Princess Diana still continues to inspire us with her commitment to kindness and compassion.

 

After a whole school assembly Monday morning, the children were encouraged throughout the week to pass kindness on both at school and at home.

 

"I think Ellie is kind because she helped me calm down when I was ANGRY!"

 

"Today I have shown kindness by helping Lyndsey with her room."

 

"Today I showed kindness by helping Kianna when she had no-one to play with."

 

"I showed kindness when I helped my baby walk."

 

"I showed kindness when I helped my mum with the chores."

 

 

 

Kindness Day

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Kindness Day   2 Writing our Kindness Flowers for our display.
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Celebrating Shrove Tuesday 

 

Nursery and Reception celebrated Shrove Tuesday. 

Picture 1 Preparing the pancake mixture.
Picture 2 We had to mix it really well.
Picture 3 Keep mixing!
Picture 4 Cooking the pancakes.
Picture 5 Tossing the pancakes.
Picture 6 They're ready!
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Picture 8 We explored the pancake mixture.
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Remembrance Day 2016

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School Council Election Day!

 

What a day to remember!

 

In the morning each candidate delivered their clear, concise and engaging speech, that reflected their individual personality, to their class.

 

Then the voting experience began.

 

The polling station was held in the hall- the heart of our school. Each class had a ballot box and throughout the morning the pupils came to cast their vote. As none of the children had experienced voting before, there was a buzz of excitement as they all took their voting sheet and entered a cross next to the name of their chosen candidate. They then folded it in half and posted it in their class ballot box. 

 

Voting closed at 1.30pm and then an eagerly anticipated whole school assembly was held at 2.15pm where the official results of the election were disclosed.    

 

A TA from each year group counted the votes on the stage in front of the whole school. The atmosphere was electrifying but finally the results were in...

 

School Council Representatives

Y6 Holly 

Y6 Luke 

Y5 Connor 

Y5 Kayleigh

Y4 Porsha

Y4 Courtney 

Y3 Kaila 

Y3 Ella 

Y3 Connor

Y2 Harrison 

Y1 Laycie-Morgan 

Y1 Emily 

 

School Council Vice Representatives 

Y6 Nicole

Y6 Harry

Y5 Kadie 

Y5 Ruby 

Y4 Ryan 

Y4 Tyler 

Y3 Archie 

Y3 Logan 

Y2 Paige 

 Y2 Lacey-Mae

Y1 Myles 

Y1 Tommy 

 

WELL DONE AND THANK YOU TO EVERYONE WHO TOOK PART IN THE ELECTIONS WITH TRUE BRITISH SPIRIT! 

 

 

 

 

  

Boundary School Council Elections 2016

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School Council Elections!

 

Thursday the 29th September 2016

Whole School Election Day.

 

What is Boundary School Council?

It is a group of Boundary pupils who are democratically elected by their fellow pupils to represent their opinions and raise issues with Miss Ashton and the governors at Boundary Primary School.

They can be involved in a range of projects, involved in the School Development Plan and even be part of interviewing new staff for the school!

 

They must be able to:

 

  • Listen to others.
  • Feedback to their class.
  • Make things happen- or explain why they can't​

 

 

Would you like a say?

Are you confident?

Are you a leader?

Are you motivated?

Are you respectful?

Then Boundary needs YOU!

 

 

 

We had a visit from Parliament's Education Service.

 

A whole school assembly was held where the children learnt about Parliament, democracy and why we vote. Then Y6 were invited to attend a Parliamentary workshop in school the same day.   

Learning about democracy.

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Y6 Debate - Should children only be given homework from Year 9?

Y6 Debate - Should children only be given homework from Year 9? 1
Y6 Debate - Should children only be given homework from Year 9? 2
Y6 Debate - Should children only be given homework from Year 9? 3
Y6 Debate - Should children only be given homework from Year 9? 4
Y6 Debate - Should children only be given homework from Year 9? 5
Y6 Debate - Should children only be given homework from Year 9? 6

Here's some of the things we did to celebrate British Values 2015-16.

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