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St Peter's Catholic Primary School

‘A love for God, ourselves and others’


British Values




British Values at St Peter's Catholic Primary School

We value the backgrounds of all our pupils and families and of the people in the wider community and our curriculum is used to celebrate these. Through lessons such as drama and role play or Personal and Social Education we develop the values of tolerance and respect for the differences in our community and the wider world. We have regular assemblies which uphold traditional values of love, respect and tolerance. 



As a whole school we vote for school councillors. This teaches us about democracy and reminds the children how valued their opinions are and how they can play an important role in decisions that are being made in the school. Our School Council vote for the charities we support and actively work together to fundraise. Over the last year the school have raised money for Macmillan, Children in Need and the local food bank.


The children are awarded weekly certificates for demonstrating our School Values of LOVE, FAITH and RESPECT and these are handed out in our Friday celebration assembly.


We participate in many sporting events and regularly receive good sportsman comments demonstrating that we have respect for others.



Children democratically voted for their School Council members.  Children wrote manifestos and canvassed for votes.  




The children show mutual respect and tolerance when learning Djembe drumming and dance for the first time. They also celebrated all cuisines from around the world

Djembe Drumming and Dance Workshop

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Through Harvest Mass children understood and appreciated that there are people less fortunate than themselves. The School Council chose to send Harvest Donations to the Sittingbourne FoodBankest Celebrations to the local Food Bank