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British Values

As part of our delivery of SMSC (Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural) development we aim to create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation of the five British Values across school.

  • Democracy
  • Rule of law
  • Individual liberty
  • Mutual respect
  • Tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs


Our Blog showcases all our work on British Values and SMSC and is worth a visit.  Click on the links to take a look.

British Values


Below are some photos of us in action...

Bloom and Grow

Littletown children worked with Heckmondwike Primary to build pathways across our community. We embraced all aspects of British Values to bring children and adults from varying communities together, growing plants, sharing experiences and celebrating our similarities.

Watch the video below to see how we embraced “Bloom and Grow” together.

Trust Council Election

At the end of October we held our yearly election for the Spenborough Trust Council members, those wishing to stand for election composed a manifesto and delivered it to the rest of Key Stage 2.  We then voted for two people who we thought would act in our best interest.  The successful candidates were Jack and Laura who persuaded us to vote for them by writing the wonderful manifestos below.

Remembrance Day 2016


 As in previous years Classes 4,5 & 6 made poppies and walked on the the Cenotaph in Cleckheaton for the Remembrance Ceremony.  We felt very proud to be part of the morning, remembering those who are involved in conflicts around the world and those who have given their lives so that we may enjoy the freedom of today.  We also held a bun sale, raising £111 in aid of the British Legion.  



Choices - Then and Now

The 'Choices Then & Now'  creative approach has been identified as a model of Best Practice by the Prevent team at the Home Office and is being rolled out across the UK.

In January class 5 and 6 took part in the workshop designed by the Peace Museum to explore themes relating to the choices people make in times of conflict. This workshop was an engaging and thought provoking approach to the prevent duty and British Values.

World War 1 was used as a starting point and throughout the workshop, pupils began exploring what values we share, what influences how we think and what consequences there are for every choice we make.  Discussions took place around: a ‘sense of duty’ felt by both men, what propaganda is and how it can affect your choice, rules of law Vs rules of war and considering consequences for our actions.  

It was a very inspiring morning.




Mayor's Visit

In February we were thrilled to have a visit from the Mayor of Kirklees and his wife.  He came to present us with a certificate for taking part in his 'Poppy Bake Off' and raising £118.08 for the British Legion.  Back in November at one of our parent's evenings  we held a bake sale, the aim was to raise money and have the chance of winning a trip to London to visit the Houses of Parliament.  We did not manage to win the trip but it's good to know someone will benefit from our efforts.

During his visit we were able to ask him lots of questions - we learnt about his bodyguard and how precious the chains that they wear are.  We also discussed the process of parliament, democracy and the rule of law.  It was a wonderful assembly we even had an 'elected mayor' for the day!

Cli on the images below to take a look.

The Great Get together - the life of Jo Cox

On June 16th we were very proud to be part of celebrations in honour of the life of Jo Cox, MP.  We gathered at The Green, Heckmondwike with children from local schools  to perform  songs chosen by her family, in memory of Jo, to inspire and unite our community.  Among the songs sang were 'True Colours' and 'Wings' .  It was a very emotional event with Jo's family speaking about their daughter saying 'this is just what Jo would have wanted'.

Remember her first speech - 'We have far more in common than that which divides us'.