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Transcript of British Values
Aim - To identify and describe the four key British Values
1. Name four key 'British Values'
2. Identify how the four key 'British Value's' has stemmed from the Magna Carta.
3. Discuss the four key themes.
4. Identify how you can apply the four 'British Values' to your lives and College.
5. Create a new national anthem that applies the 'British Values' or create a shield describing the British Values.
6. Re-cap and reflect by sharing and discussing work anthems or shields.
Magna Carta- On June 15th 2015 it was the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta- The British Values stem from the historical charter- Lets take a look
Task - Identify what you think are British Values
Describe in four words British Values.
The British Values are
•The rule of law.
•Mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith
what does that
Pick either of the following activities
On the Shield provided or make your own
four British Values
how they are or can be
peoples daily lives
national anthem chorus
four British Values
- Liberty - Justice -
What is a Democracy?
A system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives: "a system of parliamentary democracy"
A British Citizen has a right to vote for someone from a political party to represent your values and opinions in local government and the house of commons.
The Rule of Law
Stems from the Magna Carta and states that no one is above the law including the monarchy, government, wealthy and YOU.
Each British citizen is free from confinement, servitude, or forced labor or control by the government or other power.
Identify your own individual liberties?
Consider what restrictions there are in other countries....
No freedom of speech, restrictions on social media, capital punishment, enforced laws Afghanistan/Iraq before liberation currently Syria.
Consider the UN declaration of human rights
Mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith
of others and not discriminating against an of the
as laid out in the 2010 Equality Act.
Winston Churchill, the Greatest Briton?
The New Five Pound Note
Identify the values that you think Winston Churchill had?
Sometimes you may hear 'Prevent Agenda ' mentioned.
This is the legal obligation that all public services have to minimise radicalisation.
This starts by promoting a British culture of tolerance, respect and understanding.