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Examples of how British Values can be taught through the curriculum subjects

Examples of how British Values can be taught through curriculum subjects at

St Anne’s Catholic Primary School.

RE

 

  • Everyone is unique and valued.
  •  Everyone is equal.
  •  Learning about different Religions.
  •  Gospel Values.

 

English

 

  • Variety of non-fiction.
  •  Poems and stories from other cultures.
  •  Historical stories.
  •  Debates, discussions.
  •  Origins of words, spellings and  
         grammatical structures.

 

Geography

Ask and answer questions such as:

  •  What is my place in the world?
  •  Where do I live?
  •  How am I connected to other people and
          places?
  •  Where and how do other people live?
  •  What are other people and places like?

 

P.E.

 

  •  Builds character and embeds values such
         as fairness, respect, good sportspersonship.
  •  Code of conduct; rewards and sanctions.
  •  Rules and choices.
  •  Working individually and in groups.
  •  Individuals are listened to and respected
         regardless of differences.

 

MFL

 

  •  Preparation for being a global citizen in a
         global community.
  •  Appreciation of culture and traditions of
         other countries.
  •  Communication with native speakers.
  •  Positive and respectful awareness of the
          world beyond the classroom.

 

Art, Design &Technology

 

  •  Understanding own culture as well as the
         culture of others.
  •  Understanding that cultures are always
         changing and coping with that change.
  •  Opportunities to reflect on own
          preferences, values, likes and dislikes.
  •  Consideration of own and others’ needs.

 

Music

 

  •  Democratic values of equality and mutual
         respect.
  •  Reciprocal relationship with genres and
         traditions from around the world.
  • Promotion of risk-taking, self-expression,
         ownership.
  •  Draws together different communities   
         regardless of faith, age, gender, culture,
          race, sexual orientation.
  •  Promotion of collaborative ways of working.
  •  Built upon principles of inclusion and
         equality.

 

History

 

  •  Learning from other countries, cultures and
         civilisations from around the world and
         through the ages.
  • Finding out how mistakes in the past can
         be learned from and shape the future.
  •  Significant historical people and events.

 

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