Promoting British Values
At Bilston Nursery School we recognise the role the school has in promoting the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs as defined by the governments 2011 Prevent Strategy.
At Bilston Nursery School these values are promoted through the delivery of activities that promote and develop children’s personal, social and emotional skills.
We ensure children have a voice and listen to their ideas and thoughts and encourage children to be confident to share their ideas and thinking.
Children are encouraged to be active decision makers and make choices throughout their nursery day.
The Rule of Law:
We have high expectations of our children and encourage them to understand how to behave and work alongside others. Children are involved in deciding what rules are appropriate in nursery, why these are important and what happens when rules are broken.
We provide a safe and supported environment where children are given the opportunity to make their own choices and decisions about their own learning. Children are encouraged to follow their own interests and staff celebrate children’s individuality
Staff encourage children to develop a positive attitude towards others, respecting each other’s individuality. Staff model positive, caring and polite behaviour towards the children, staff, parents and visitors. Staff create a harmonious environment where children celebrate each other’s achievements and respect each other’s ideas.
Tolerance of those of Different Faiths and Beliefs:
Throughout the school year we provide opportunities for children to participate in a range of celebrations which aim to enhance children’s understanding of different faiths and beliefs.