Implementation

Implementation

  • Our children are given lots of opportunities to become responsible, respectful and active citizens who contribute positively to society.
  • We ensure that pupils are provided with opportunities to demonstrate how democracy works through actively promoting the democratic processes.
  • Each year the school holds a Parliament Week where all children are given the opportunity to prepare a manifesto and deliver it to their class. After a week of campaigning the children can vote for their candidate and the results are announced in assembly. School council meetings are held twice every half term and this way we ensure our pupils have a voice.
  • We help children celebrate difference and encourage each pupil to feel good about themselves, where they fit in the world and appreciate diversity in others.
  • Through Religious Education, pupils develop their knowledge of the world faiths, and their understanding and awareness of the beliefs, values and traditions of other individuals, societies, communities and cultures.
  • Through the PSHE and SMSC curriculum, children learn how to be strong, active and tolerant who have rights and responsibilities as a member of a diverse society.
  • We provide children with the opportunities to be an ABA, PALS, Arts Councilor or be part of the Mini- Cadet Police Programme.
  • In Science children are encouraged to show co-operation, sensitivity, and tolerance of each other during problem solving activities.
  • In English, children read stories and write about mutual respect, tolerance and individual liberty.
  • Boundary celebrates an annual Safer Internet Day that involves a range of fun activities to develop their individual liberty.
  • Whole school characteristic assemblies are held weekly, where children are encouraged to demonstrate a different characteristic.
  • Boundary celebrates special days, such as Remembrance Day and VE Day and the Olympics to celebrate British Culture.
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