SMSC, Values and Fundamental British Values

SMSC stands for spiritual, moral, social and cultural. All schools in England must show how well their pupils develop in SMSC.

Spiritual

Explore beliefs and experience; respect faiths, feelings and values; enjoy learning about oneself, others and the surrounding world; use imagination and creativity; reflect.

Moral

Recognise right and wrong; respect the law; understand consequences; investigate moral and ethical issues; offer reasoned views.

Social

Investigate social and moral issues; appreciate diverse viewpoints; participate, volunteer and cooperate; resolve conflict; engage with the fundamental values of British democracy.

Cultural

Appreciate cultural influences; appreciate the role of Britain's parliamentary system; participate in culture opportunities; understand, accept, respect and celebrate diversity.

 

Click HERE to find out the ways we promote SMSC at Capel Manor. 

 

Winning Story on Values - Spring 2018

 

100 Years since Women Were Allowed to Vote

This year, 2018, marks 100 years since women earned their right to vote. 

Click here to read 10 things you (probably) didn't know about these heroes, the Sufragettes

 

World Values Day- 19th October 2017

To celebrate World Values Day 2017, children were invited to write about values at Capel Manor on our values ribbon in our playground. Children loved participating and the ideas that they shared were a true reflection of how embedded values really are at our school.

Well done Capel Manor.  Our values are alive and kicking!

 

 

 

Our Values Champions!

Meet Lola, Ellie, Ridwan and Koray - our very worthy Values Champions 2018!

Every year, two children from each year 6 are chosen to be our "Values Champions". These children have consistently demonstrated all of the school values throughout their time at Capel Manor. The winners receive a Values Champion Trophy and their name is written in gold on the Capel Manor Honours Board so that they will never be forgotten. 

Values Based Education

 

Values guide our thoughts, show us how everybody behaves here at Capel Manor and let us know what is important in life.

Our values are at the root of everything we do!

This half-term's value is...

KINDNESS!

 

Thank you to Mrs Green for our lovely display! 

 

 "The values are the best thing at our school." - Dean

 Click HERE to listen to The Pig of Happiness story!

 

Capel Manor Primary School supports the emotional and social development of every pupil through Values Education.  As a school community, we believe the vision and mission of the school should be based on a foundation of core values which are taught explicitly in lessons and through our weekly whole-school assembly. They are also, however, embedded into every aspect of school life. Our values are at the root of everything we do!

We have 12 core values:Teamwork, Respect, Resilience, Ambition, Creativity, Kindness, Honesty, Responsibility, Tolerance & Understanding, Friendship, Trust & Happiness!

Our values were chosen by the whole school community.

 These values are introduced and revisited on a two yearly cycle - six in the first year and six in the second year.

Click HERE to look at cycle one's Values Progression Map.

Click HERE to look at cycle two's Values Progression Map.

Our Values Mural!

We worked with the wonderful Nat and Richard from LoveArtForSchools to create our very own Values Mural. Each class worked on a different value and every child in the school contributed one piece of art to the final product. We think the mural represents our school perfectly - dynamic, friendly, full of energy and fun. It has a golden thread through it which reminds us of how all of the values are linked together. Thank you very much to Nat & Richard and to our very generous PTA who donated the funds for our mural. We love it! You will find our Values Mural just outside Year 2 on the big playground.

Reflection Time

After every assembly, we have reflection time. This is when we are still on the inside and still on the outside. Years 2 and 6 worked with Nat & Richard to create two beautiful pieces of art to remind us of reflection time. They are peaceful images with all of the major religious symbols represented alongside words that reflect our behaviours at Capel Manor and in our lives. 

Kindness Coins are a hit at Capel Manor!

Each class in school has a kindness coin. It starts with the class teacher each morning. The teacher must choose a child who has demonstrated the value of kindness to them that morning. This child then has the kindness coin. They must then look out for another child who has demonstrated kindness to them. In this way, the kindness coin travels around the classroom for the day. Before home time, the child who has the kindness coin must give it back to the teacher, saying how the teacher has been kind to that child during the day.

Thank You Assembly!

Every Tuesday we have our "Thank You" assembly. This is when we thank children from every class who have demonstrated our school values that week. They get a certificate, their photo goes on our display and their name gets put in the school newsletter.

Fundamental British Values

The DfE have reinforced the need to “create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs.”

The government set out its definition of British values in the 2011 Prevent Strategy, and these values have been reiterated by the Prime Minister. 

At Capel Manor, these values are reinforced regularly and in many ways. 

Click HERE to find out how we promote Fundamental British Values at Capel Manor.

Understanding Democracy

At Capel Manor, we understand democracy. Joan Ryan, our local MP, visited our school and told us about her main roles as an MP for North Enfield. It was a very interesting and inspirational day for the children.

Democracy in Action

Voting for the Junior Leadership Team

Today, Monday 8th October 2018, we voted for our Junior Leadership Team. Everybody was allowed to put themselves forward for the election. We went in to the polling booth and put a cross next to our chosen name. Thank you to Miss Macrowan, Hasan and Vivien for their hard work organising this event. It was great fun! 

If you would like to join our Values Working Party, please speak to

Miss Moran.

Voting for the House Captains

 

On Monday 8th October 2018, the whole school voted for some Year 6 children to become Captains and Vice Captains for our 4 houses: Glennie, Bronte, Mandela and Edison. They had to prepare a campaign speech and deliver it to the school during an assembly. After this, the children at Capel Manor all came to the School Polling Station to cast their vote because we are a democracy.
 
When all of the ballot papers were counted, we found out who had won the election. Congratulations to Tianna (C) and Jojo (VC) who represent Glennie, Karolina (C) and Krystian (VC) who represent Edison, Divine (C) and Myron (VC) who represent Bronte and Tayler (C) and Zishan (VC) who represent Mandela.
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