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Our aims are to provide a safe learning environment for both pupils and staff; to ensure that every child reaches their true potential by being inspired and motivated to learn and embrace the school ethos of ‘To be all that I can be’…

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In accordance with the Department for Education, we aim to actively promote British values in school to ensure young people leave Egginton prepared for life in modern Britain. Pupils are encouraged to regard people of all faiths, races and cultures with respect and tolerance and understand that while different people may hold different views about what is ‘right’ and ‘wrong’, all people living in England are subject to its law.


The Key British Values are:

  • Democracy

  • Rule of Law

  • Individual Liberty

  • Mutual Respect

  • Tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs

We actively promote British Values within our broad curriculum and also through our assembly schedule. The school has strong links with the local churches and has a programme of visits/events to a range of Faith Communities. These links enable our pupils to develop an understanding of a range of communities and cultures beyond their own.


The school has a school council which meets regularly throughout the year. Children vote for children to represent their class.

The School Council ensures that the children's views are heard and actions implemented. The school council is particularly active in organising fundraising/charity events eg) Macmillan Coffee Morning and are involved in supporting the organisation of the school.


All children feel their opinions are valued and are confident to share their views in class for example in debates, acting out conscience alley or when writing balanced arguments.


Our Governing Body is comprised of elected representatives from the staff, local authority, parents and co-opted governors (community) and they meet 3 times each term.

We actively invite parents and carers for their views throughout the year; this is done through individual letters, questionnaires, school and class newsletters and our open-door policy to meet class teachers or the Head Teacher at the end of the day. The Head Teacher is also highly visible on the main gate at the start and end of the school day.

Click here for a copy of our British Values Document

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