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Greystoke Primary School

Icold Road Penrith, Cumbria CA11 0TP


In our school, here are a few examples of how we understand and carry out our work towards promoting British Values.


Greystoke School Council

Children vote and elect: School Councillors, House Captains, Digital Leaders

Supporting charities which are voted on through the School Council

Pupil questionnaires

Debates and balanced arguments

KS2 Work on Brexit 2016

Tolerance and Respect

Good manners

High expectations of behaviour

Linking network: SCONE -School Councils of North Eden, Link school Tanzania

Celebrating Christmas, Divali, Easter, Harvest


Teaching about different religions throughout school

Visits from different faith ministers

Visits to different places of worship

Open the Book assemblies for the whole school

Remembrance Day-work planned to commemorate the fallen -incuding poppy sales in school

Harvest gifts to the wider community or local food banks

Choir to sing for Greystoke Village senior citizens


All Kidsafe workshops encourage respect , and therefore tolerance, for others

Stonewall School Champion

 P4C session on introduction to LGBT issues and identity



Rule of Law

Behaviour and Antibullying Policies are drawn up together and verified with the School Council and rest of the school-then they are given to the Governing Body to approve and reinforced in Kidsafe sessions.

School rules are discussed by the School Council with the whole school community

Rewards and sanctions

E safety training

Sports tournaments

Daily routines 

Visits from police, air ambulance, fire service, paramedics


Individual Liberty

Own research carried out as part of school work and homework

Talking partner work as well as group work

Library van visits to choose own books for class bookshelf

Wide choice of after school clubs that all are welcome to

Choosing own dinner menu


Kidsafe training across the whole school: encourages children to reflect on their own feelings through group and 1-1 discussions, practical  activities and scenarios suggested in the programme.