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British Values

Royal Wedding Celebrations. On Friday 18th May, we celebrated the wedding of Harry and Meghan with an afternoon of competitions, cream teas and ice-creams. The afternoon raised £150.

May day King and Queen - Living out our British Values

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Persuasive speeches - who will be our May day King and Queen 2018?. Year 6 prepared speeches that they delivered during whole school assembly on 27/4/18. The staff and teachers will vote for the children that live out our school and gospel values.

St George's day 23.4.18, During St Georges's day the children celebrated and reflected on how at St Wilfrid's we promote, tolerance, diversity and respect, just as St George did all those years ago. The children were invited to come dressed up in red and white to celebrate.

St George's day 23.4.18, During St Georges's day the children celebrated and reflected on how at St Wilfrid's we promote, tolerance, diversity and respect, just as St George did all those years ago.  The children were invited to come dressed up in red and white to celebrate. 1

Respect and Responsibility - How St Wilfrid's are doing our part to care for our planet

RESPONSIBILITY = St Wilfrid's recognise that we have a responsiblity to promote and protect the well being of others. During our Christmas Inter house challenge we did this through a bake off, raising money for the 'Children's Society'

RESPONSIBILITY = St Wilfrid's recognise that we have a responsiblity to promote and protect the well being of others.  During our Christmas Inter house challenge we did this through a bake off, raising money for the 'Children's Society' 1
RESPONSIBILITY = St Wilfrid's recognise that we have a responsiblity to promote and protect the well being of others.  During our Christmas Inter house challenge we did this through a bake off, raising money for the 'Children's Society' 2

Democracy

 

At St Wilfrid's we understand that it is important for everyone to be listened to. This term we have elected our class school council, they attend regular meetings with Mrs Reynolds and share the thoughts and ideas of their class. Each class has a 'School council folder' in which children are encouraged to read the minutes of meetings and submit their ideas.

"I feel happy that I was voted for by my class to be on the school council, because it lets me share my friends ideas with Mrs Reynolds" Nana (Year 4)

 

"I felt proud when I was voted on the school council, as my class voted for me. I like making new friends on the school council and sharing ideas" Finlay (Year 4)

Rule of law. The children were delighted when we had a visitor from the police force. He explained to them all about 'The Rule of Law' why rules are important and why they need to be followed.

Rule of law.              The children were delighted when we had a visitor from the police force.  He explained to them all about 'The Rule of Law' why rules are important and why they need to be followed. 1 We even got to try on the uniforms!

Mutual respect

 

 

St Wilfrid's we are always providing opportunities for the children to make links with the wider community, Ripon class read their Remembrance poems at the village memorial, to honor those who have fallen or fought in wars. Hexham class lead the school Remembrance service, inviting family members and governors.

What does British Values look like at St Wilfrid's? British Values form the core of our ethos.

British Values at St. Wilfrid's.

British Values at St. Wilfrid's. 1
Prevent- Prevent is a recommendation from the Government for schools to help reduce the risk of pupils becoming radicalised and working to find ways to safeguard young people from extremism.

Prevent Training at St Wilfrid's for Staff and Governors

DfE guidelines for Prevent work in schools

Prevent- 'reduces or eliminates the risk of individuals becoming involved in terrorism. Prevent involves the identification and referral of those susceptible to violent extremism into appropriate interventions. These interventions aim to divert the susceptible from embarking down the path to radicalisation'. At St Wilfrid's we are committed to the Prevent agenda and have adopted a school policy to ensure our staff are trained to identify and reduce the risk to our children and our community. During the Spring Term 2016 the Governing Body and staff will be working together to produce supporting documents, these will be available on our school website by the end of the Spring Term.

 

 

Summer Fayre on Friday, 6th July from 3.15 pm
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