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Preparing for Life in Modern Britain

We are a broadly Christian school, promoting tolerance and respect for all cultures, faiths and lifestyles through direct and indirect teaching of 'Community & Cultures'. This links directly with our teaching and support of British Values - pupils learn about and interact in our school and local community, and extend their learning/skills/knowledge to communities in Britain and around the world, to prepare them positively for a life in modern Britain (please see our website tab 'Welcome: British Values').


Curriculum Teaching:

Please see the 'Curriculum' tab on our website


Indirect Teaching:

- Displays: Cross-curricular themes

- Resources: Library packs - Religions, Festivals, Countries, Local Area, Caring for the world, People who help us, multicultural stories

- Events:  World Cup, Olympics, School Council meetings; General Election + KINS General Election, King's Coronation


In Place:

Racist Incidents Procedure + Policy; Anti-bullying Policy; Equality Policy; Learning themes linked to 'Community'


Community Links:

- Parish Council: giving out awards, competitions, taking part in/leading school events, partnership working; bi-monthly page in 'Kilburn News'; support with fundraising; Parish events e.g. litter picking

- Use of school buildings: Citizen's Advice Bureau, Adult Education, Nurture Group, Belper  Children's Centre

- Visits to: Baptist Church, Nature Reserve, Post Box, Junior School, local shops

- Taking part in community events: Remembrance Day, Carol Service, Fundraising for 'Hope' for Belper Food Hub

- Supporting Community: 'Jeans for Genes', Comic Relief, Children in Need, Treetops Hospice



- Baptist Church, Horsley Church, Gurdwara, Newark Air Museum, Crich Tramway Museum, Chatsworth House Gardens,  'Gruffalo Land' at Twycross Zoo, National Space Centre, Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Warwick Castle



- Local police, St John's Ambulance, African Drumming Workshop, NSPCC