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British Values

Grange Park Infant & Nursery School benefits from the experiences and cultural life of a very diverse community, made up of people from many different countries, ethnic backgrounds and beliefs. We recognise that this is an integral part of life in Britain, and we consider it vital that children are equipped to understand the privileges and responsibilities that living in a tolerant and fair society brings.


The fundamental British values are:


  • democracy
  • the rule of law
  • individual liberty
  • mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs, and for those without faith.


These values are carefully integrated into our school ethos and our curriculum, and wherever possible are affirmed through extra-curricular activities and events. In this way, the school fosters a culture of mutual respect, consideration of others' feelings and beliefs, and a strong conviction in the right of everyone to participate freely and constructively in British society.


School Council

Each class elects two representatives to sit on the School Council, which meets every two weeks. The School Councillors can raise issues which matter to their peers, and help decide what should be done about them. The School Council then reports back to the rest of the school.


UK Parliament Week

A special focused week about the Parliament of the United Kingdom, learning how all UK citizens can contribute and participate in the laws and debates which are made by our representatives.


Golden Rules

Our seven Golden Rules, as well as being a central part of our Behaviour Policy, embeds a clear set of rules and consequences for breaking them, much like the laws we must obey.


School assemblies

Assemblies frequently explore the various viewpoints and experiences of their peers in the UK and around the world, and focus on religious celebrations and ceremonies when they arise.