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British Values

Each year pupils at Handale Primary School are taught about British Values. 

Following on from the teaching in assemblies and in classes, each pupil makes a British Values poster and each class then decides on their class winner (Democracy in action).

When each class has a winner these are displayed in the hall and the whole school gets to vote for their favourite poster which is then displayed as our British values poster for the year. The children go to a polling booth in the hall and make their votes.

British values underpin also our work which we have done to to gain the Rights Respecting School award. We currently have level 1 and are working towards level 2.

We incorporate the RRSA work and British Values in to many areas of our school life such as our work on World War 2 and conflict, helping our community (Recreate the Rec) and our Early Years staff have made posters depicting what British Values looks like in the Early Years.

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