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British Value Statement

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British Values within Intake Farm 

Within our school both British Values and our School Values are embedded within our school ethos and daily life. 


Our School Values 

  • Friendship and Kindness
  • Responsibility 
  • Peace and Freedom 
  • Respect 
  • Politeness
  • Perseverance


These school values are embedded within our weekly assembly themes and entwined into our PSHE curriculum during class circle time. 

Our vision and values are at the core of everything we do. As a school that was rated as 'Good' by OFSTED in 2018, we have many positive attributes. However we are aiming even higher and want our school to become 'Outstanding' in all areas. A central aspect to this is a desire to provide an exciting, vibrant and varied curriculum which helps our children to achieve their potential. Our curriculum matches the needs of our pupils and equips them for a successful future. At the heart of this, we celebrate diversity and equality and recognise the fact that it is important to treat everybody the same, regardless of race, gender or religious belief. We are aware of the fact that Britain has a long and successful history of welcoming different people to our shores. This is a core value of both our country and school and we strive to enrich the lives of all our pupils through the curriculum and pastoral care.






This what our children think about the British Values


Mutual tolerance and respect

Kai- It is important because no one would be friends otherwise. Just because someone looks different, doesn't mean they're not a nice person. We should respect and not judge a book by its cover.

Theo- If no one respected each other, the world would not be peaceful. We respect other people's religions at this school.

Olly- If no one respected each other, it might cause arguments. If someone believes in something, you should respect that, even if you don't believe in it. 

Emre- Respecting is important. 

All- We show respect at our school.


Individual Liberty

Luca- If everyone is the same, it could cause arguments. 

Kaydon- Don't let other people change who you are. 

Olly- Life would be boring. 

Emre- Be yourself. It's good to be different.

All- We can be ourselves at this school.  


The Rule of Law

Olly- This is to keep things equal. If you follow the law, you won't be arrested. 

Theo- It would be chaos without rules and laws.

Kai- We can still have peace and freedom but within the law. We have to follow them. 

Emre- We have to follow the rules to keep the peace. 

All- We have to follow rules. We follow rules at this school. 



Kaydon- This is a conversation to vote for things. 

Luca- If one person decided things, it might cause arguments. 

Theo- It is a vote. We voted for each other for the school council. Sometimes we vote to do either Maths or English first. Parliament has to vote for new leaders. 



Pupil voice conducted with RE ambassadors in March 2023

Remembrance Day at Intake Farm Primary School

Firework Safety and Bonfire Night