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St Anne's Catholic Primary School

"Love one another as I have loved you in our home, school and Parish family"

Promoting British Values

At St. Anne's Catholic  Primary School, we centre children's education on not only their academic progress, but also their progress as individual people and citizens.

We offer a wide range of experiences and activities that, combined with our general school policies, aims, vision and values, promote each child's personal development and core values needed, to be a successful and valuable member of our society. We believe in educating the children in our care to be good citizens and to develop the skills they need to have a successful and productive life in modern Britain.

We celebrate cultural diversity in our school and community through visits, assemblies and more, whilst learning what it is to be a British citizen. We provide a broad and balanced PSHERE and Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development (SMSC) curriculum which explicitly teaches the children the importance of democracy, rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of different faiths.

We are committed to keeping St. Anne's Catholic Primary School children safe and happy in order for them to grow and flourish to their full potential in all aspects of their lives.


Promoting British Values at St. Anne's

Rule of Law  
  • School Behaviour Policy:  Pupils involved in review through school council
  • Pupils have regular opportunities to reflect on their learning and behaviour during assemblies and PSHE
  • Annual pupil interviews and surveys on behaviour
  • Parent/carer questionnaires relating to behaviour/safety etc.
  • Police/PCSO visits - age of criminal responsibility
  • Assemblies with a focus linked to the law e.g. Our Golden rules
Mutual Respect
  • PSHE Curriculum
  • Positive relationships encouraged and modelled
  • Inclusive ethos
  • RE curriculum
  • Anti-bullying week
  • School Council
  • Parent questionnaires/forums
  • Book Buddies
  • Sports fixtures with local schools
  • Community events (Remembrance of the green etc...)
  • Assessment for Learning
  • Peer assessment
  • Taking part in the Coventry Language Challenge (City of culture 2021) click here for more information
  • Stories from World Faiths and Cultures
  • Studies about other countries important to our community as part of the curriculum
  • RE curriculum - study of other faiths and visits to different places of worship
  • Equalities Policy and accessibility plan
  • Reflection opportunities in Collective worship
  • Pupils involved in democratic processes: School council elections
  • Democracy themed Assemblies - election time
  • School council
  • Eco committee
  • Democracy units in PSHE
Responsibility & Liberty
  • Understanding responsibility in terms of behaviour and learning attitudes - Golden rules
  • Year 5/6 roles and responsibilities (Librarians, chaplaincy team, peer mediators, playground pals)
  • Our school vision and values
  • Visits from police and fire service
  • Local/National charity fundraising (CAFOD, Children in need, red nose day, sports relief, NSPCC, water aid, Save the children)

Honesty, Community, perseverance, resilience, excitement, creativity, respect, achievement, inspiration, involvement, joy, KINDNESS, aspiration.