British Values at Albourne
Promoting and upholding British Values.
Albourne Church of England Primary School promotes and upholds the British Values of Democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance alongside our Christian Values.
An understanding of democracy is developed through our Pupil Parliament. Elections are held at the start of the year. Following a vote, each class elects class representatives to the Parliament. They meet regularly to bring to the group any issues or ideas from their classes. In addition, they are consulted about their ideas for school improvement and in policy making.
Pupils also vote for House Captains to lead their Houses and encourage children to earn points for their house. These children are all in Year 6 and will act as ambassadors when there are visitors to our school.
Find out more about our Houses on our House Teams page.
An understanding of the rule of law is developed through discussion of the rights and responsibilities of the pupils as linked to our values. This informs individual class charters, and impacts on relationships and behaviour in school. Children are helped to learn to manage their behaviour through making the right choices, and to understand the consequences of their actions.