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Fundamental British Values

At Leasowe Nursery School & Family Centre

Democracy: making decisions together Rule of Law: understanding rules matter as cited
Weencourage children to see their role in the bigger picture, in Personal Social and Emotional Development
encouraging children to know their views count. As part of the focus on managing feelings and behaviour:
Value each others views and values and talk about their
feelings, for example when they do, or do not need help. We will ensure that children understand their own and others
When appropriate demonstrate democracy in action, for behaviour and its consequences, and learn to distinguish right
What is not
example children sharing their views on what theme of their from wrong.
acceptable within
role play are could be with a show of hands. We will collaborate with children to create the rules and the
Leasowe Nursery School &
We support the decision that children make and provide codes of behaviour, for example, to agree the rules about
Family Centre.
activities that involve turn-taking, sharing and collaboration. tidying up and ensure that all the children understand rules
Children should be given opportunities to develop enquiring apply to everyone.
Activelypromoting intoler-
minds in an atmosphere where questions are valued.
ance of other faiths , cultures
and races.
Failureto challenge gender
Mutual respect and tolerance: treat others as you want to be stereotypes and routinely seg-
Individual liberty: freedom for all treated regate girls and boys.

We will create an ethos of inclusivity and tolerance where views, faith, Isolating
children from their
cultures and races are valued and children are engaged with the wider wider community.
We will provide opportunities for children to develop their self-
community. Failure to challenge behav-
knowledge, self-esteem and increase, their confidence in their
Children and adults will be encouraged to acquire a tolerance and iours (whether of staff, children
own abilities, for example through allowing children to take
appreciation of and respect for their own and other cultures; know about or parents) that are not in line
risks on an obstacle course, mixing colours, talking about their
similarities and differences between themselves and others, and among with the fundamental British
experiences and learning. values of democracy, rule of
families, faiths, communities, cultures and traditions.
We will encourage a range of experiences that allow children law, individual liberty, mutual
Wewill encourage and explain the importance of tolerant behaviours
respect and tolerance for
to explore the language of feelings and responsibility, reflect such as sharing and respecting ach other.
those with different faiths and
on their differences and understand we are free to have We will promote diverse attitudes and challenge stereotypes, for beliefs.
different opinions, for example in a small group, discuss what example, providing activities and resources that challenge gender, cul-
they feel about transferring into Reception Class. tural and racial stereotyping .