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British Values

At St. John’s CE Primary School we take very seriously our responsibility to prepare children for life in modern Britain and ensure that they become excellent citizens of our growing, vibrant country and economy. We ensure that the fundamental British Values are promoted through the  ethos, values and curriculum of our school.

 

This following statement outlines how we actively promote fundamental British Values. 

British Values Statement

In September, we held School Council elections. The children had to apply for the position of School Council class representative. The children all voted for who they wanted as their class representative!

In September, we held School Council elections. The children had to apply for the position of School Council class representative. The children all voted for who they wanted as their class representative! 1
In September, we held School Council elections. The children had to apply for the position of School Council class representative. The children all voted for who they wanted as their class representative! 2
In September, we held School Council elections. The children had to apply for the position of School Council class representative. The children all voted for who they wanted as their class representative! 3
In September, we held School Council elections. The children had to apply for the position of School Council class representative. The children all voted for who they wanted as their class representative! 4

School Council Representatives

 

Reception

Will 

Ellie 

 

Year 1

Joseph 

Millie 

 

Year 2

Theo 

Tilly 

 

Year 3

Ryan 

Ella-Nicole 

 

Year 4

Isaac 

Neve 

 

Year 5

Roman

Ruby W

Ruby C

 

Year 6

Harrison 

Lola 

Celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday

Celebrating the Queen's 90th birthday 1

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