At Hollington Primary Academy our children are taught to celebrate and value the uniqueness of every person through our ‘Think Big’ vision. We actively promote ‘British Values’ throughout all aspects of the academy’s curriculum, to support the development of the ‘whole child’. A core part of this is to teach the children about the importance of standing up for what they believe is right alongside listening to, and respecting, the views of others. We recognise that it is our responsibility to provide our children with the fundamental knowledge and skills to ensure they develop into considerate, tolerant and responsible adults, with a strong moral compass, who are able to make a positive difference to the world in which they live.
We recognise that such development is most successful when those values and attitudes are promoted by all the staff and provide a model of behaviour for our children. As such, we ensure that British Values are intertwined throughout our curriculum, assemblies and academy theme days. We aim to ensure that there are regular opportunities for all children to learn about Britain as the country in which they live, to compare British life with that of other places cultures and to explore diversity, alongside teaching our children about British people, achievements and events.
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