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Dr Triplett's CE Primary School

“Love, Compassion, Respect”

British Values at Dr Triplett's

Throughout this website you will find many examples of how we promote the defined British Values of

  • tolerance
  • mutual respect between those of different faiths and beliefs
  • democracy
  • the rule of law
  • individual liberty.

Respect in one of our Core Values, (Love Compassion, Respect) and this is part of how we promote the British Values, preparing our children for their years ahead as they grow.

Through these, we learn about other faiths including visiting different places of worship for a variety of religions. We have multi-cultural weeks to celebrate and value our diversity as well as understanding the similarities between us. Democracy is learnt through our Class and School Councils, voting for House Captains and visits to the Mayor's Parlour and the Houses of Parliament. Children learn about the law of rule as they are part of the decisions in behaviour rewards and sanctions after helping to revise our behaviour policy.

We thought about British Values at our school and what they really mean to us.

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We thought about British Values at our school and what they really mean to us. 3
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We thought about British Values at our school and what they really mean to us. 7

Dr Triplett's School Anthem

Please open this file to listen to our School Anthem. Our children absolutely love singing this showing how proud they are of their school.
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The Worshipful Mayor of Hillingdon, Councillor George Cooper.

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On February 8th 2018, we were privileged to be visited by The Worshipful Mayor of Hillingdon, Councillor George Cooper and the Mayoress, Councillor Judith Cooper.  They spent time talking to the children about their responsibilities and the symbolism of his robes and the mace. 

The children asked lots of questions about his life and work as Mayor of Hillingdon.

Policy for Prevention of Radicalisation and Extremism

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