How we promote British Values at Tabor?
At Tabor we have embedded The Department for Education published guidance on promoting British values in schools and ensure young people leave Tabor School prepared for life in modern Britain. We actively promote:· The fundamental British values of democracy
- The rule of law
- Individual liberty
- Mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.
Examples of the understanding and knowledge students learn include:
- An understanding of how citizens can influence decision-making through the democratic process
- An understanding that the freedom to hold other faiths and beliefs is protected in law
- An acceptance that people having different faiths or beliefs to oneself (or having none) should be accepted and tolerated, and should not be the cause of prejudicial or discriminatory behaviour
How we prevent radicalisation & extremism – extracts from our school policies:
Tabor School is fully committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of all our students. We recognise that safeguarding against radicalisation is no different to safeguarding against any other vulnerability. All staff at Tabor uphold and promote fundamental British Values and must report any concerns.
- Our SMSC provision is embedded across the curriculum (see school website) and directs our assemblies and underpins our school ethos. It is recognised that children with low aspirations are more vulnerable to radicalisation and therefore we strive to equip our students with confidence, self-belief, respect and tolerance, as well as setting high standards and expectations for themselves
- Students are regularly taught how to stay safe when using the internet and are encouraged to recognise people who aren’t always who they say they are online. They are always taught to seek adult help if they are upset or concerned about anything they read or see on the internet
- Trust Behaviour Policy- Tabor staff have a learning focus, build relationships and encourage students to take responsibility. Restorative approaches are encouraged and supported by teachers calmly explaining when students behaviour has failed to meet community expectations of Be in the ‘Right place’, at the ‘Right time’ doing the ‘Right thing’ and an appropriate sanction is put in place
- Tabor School Website SMSC section
Examples of how we promote British Values across the curriculum
|We achieve this in three interlinked ways: Through the taught curriculum (day to day lessons) School structures Extra-curricular provision|
|Key Stage||Value: democracy||Value: the rule of law||Value: individual liberty||Value: mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs|
Student Parliament, Leadership Academy, focus groups, student conferences and student questionnaires
Across Tabor students are given the opportunity to agree and disagree on a range of topics
Take turns and share ideas and give peers the opportunity to contribute
Work co-operatively and collaboratively
Common Trust behaviour, anti-bullying and Equality policy.
ICT in every year– student study e-safety, e.g. reflecting on how Facebook and Twitter is used across different communities and the law regarding internet usage
School Motto – be at the ‘Right Place, at the ‘Right time’ doing the ‘Right thing’.
Student code of conduct
Student voice is part of lesson school development and is in each department’s Raising Achievement Plan
creativity and listening are learning habits all lessons promote
Assembly programme – weekly themes
Develop an awareness of treating all as equals, accepting people who are different because of physical and learning difficulties
Experience and observe good role models
|3||Public Speaking – Student Council||
Drama explore – Add topic
RS – Focus on right and wrong and ethics
Gang and knife crime talks
Textiles – consider the impact of individuals on the environment in terms of ensuring sustainable methods of production
Geography – Individual rights linked to sustainability units including – Olympics and tropical rainforests
Geography –Exploring the idea of multiculturalism
Maths – Population density
PSHE – students focus on discrimination and encourage students to llisten and talk to each other.
Year 7 – Visit form the Gideon’s and local Imam
Textiles – debate the causes and consequences of the role technology in society
Year 11 Prom Committee work with their year group to vote on what they would like at the Prom
ICT – Students reflect on the impact of ICT on our culture and how it has affected life in modern Britain
|Maths – Students conduct surveys on Moral issues||
RS – Rights of the Individual
Drama – topic based issued, including war and conflict including impact of individuals
RS – Moral and Ethical dilemmas
Geography – Asylum, refugees and UK’s immigration policy
PSHE – students focus on individual differences and encourage students to llisten and talk to each other.
Textiles Making a quilted iPad cover based on a cultural design –