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LAMDA British Values

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Saskia Doouss

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Transcript of LAMDA British Values

Why are British Values important
But how can we uphold British Values in school?
What
are

British

Values?
British Values are values that are associated with British society. Most values are based on the culture, religions and the history of the society.

The British Values...
The Importance of British Values


By Kezia Knappett & Saskia Doouss
T
R
I
E
D
olerance
ule of Law
ndividual Liberty
quality
emocracy
British Values are important because they make Britain a safe place to live.
Tolerance is making sure we understand other people's views and opinions.
Rule of Law is working with a framework and code of rules.
Individual Liberty is having your right to live and do the things you want (within the law!)
Equality makes sure everyone is treated the same regardless of their gender, race, religion, age etc.
Democracy means that everyone has a say in how the country is run.

TOLERANCE
Express views in lessons.
Understand others' views and opinions.
Understand others' religions, lifestyles and have empathy with those less fortunate than you.
Tolerating others' ideas and inputs.
Respect of school's equipment.
Encouragement of peers.
RULE OF LAW
Understand why school rules are set.
Taking ownership of the rules.
Respecting each other.
Understand the rules and why they apply to you.
INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY
Expressing your opinions and views in lessons.
Listening to others' opinions and views.
Choice of activities during break/after school.
Making your own decisions.
Choices of how to complete an SDL assignment.
Choices of how to behave.
EQUALITY
Everyone is treated fairly and equally.
No one is given special treatment over anyone else.
Everyone is treated fairly regardless of their gender, race, religion, age etc.
DEMOCRACY
Voices heard in school e.g. school councils/prefects/parents/teachers/trustees.
Rights to select House captains/head pupils/representatives.
Agreement to support the school rules.
Taking ownership of your own work.
Teamwork/SDL/Sports etc.
Decisions in class/who goes first/working together.

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