British Values

Mutual Respect

There are 7 billion people in the world, all of whom have different beliefs. They have different colour skin, love in different ways, are different ages, and have different education experiences and different lived experiences. We will always respect our differences and educate one another on these that way we can develop tolerance and respect for all.

Individual Liberty

We learn about ourselves, our ability and our right to make safe and healthy choices. To pursue ambitions and follow our own will. To live our lives as we are most comfortable whilst respecting others and ourselves.

The rule of law

We learn that there is a natural consequence to our actions and develop the skills to take responsibility for our actions. We develop our skills on identifying what is right and what is wrong with the understanding that we follow and understand our duty as citizens.


We understand that everyone’s voice should be counted and heard when the government makes decisions. We learn that democracy implies freedom and equality where everyone knows their rights and responsibilities in society.

Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.

These values are developed by the government to create social unity and prevent extremism. We learn that there are lots of different religions and beliefs in the UK and the wider world. We develop an understanding and tolerance for differences and identify when we need help to understand further without prejudice.