British values are at the heart of Tidbury Green Primary School. Staff and pupils actively promote democracy, the rule of law, liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths.
Tidbury Green Primary School has an active Student Council who represent the children’s views from every year group. Our Curriculum gives our children freedom to express themselves by debating and defending their points of view. Through Religious Education, children learn about injustices and how they can be peacefully challenged.
- Rule of Law
Through our behaviour policy – ‘The Four B’s, children at Tidbury Green Primary School understand what is right and have respect for the rules we follow. We resolve conflicts peacefully and think about making the right choices. Through a range of subjects in English Foundation subjects and Religious Education, children are taught about the rule of law and respect for the people who protect us.
- Individual Liberty
At Tidbury Green Primary School our nurturing environment promotes self-esteem and self-confidence. Our children understand that everyone is unique with special skills and talents, which the school actively promotes. We challenge stereotypes and have a strong anti-bullying culture.
- Respect and Tolerance
Through our Curriculum and Religious Education we aim to equip our children with respect and tolerance to live in a multicultural society. We learn about a range of faiths through music, art, dance and debate. We celebrate our British culture throughout the year and significant events such as the jubilee and ‘Remembrance Day’.