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‘Value in Everyone’
Value in Everyone

British Values


At Jarrow Cross we hold elections for House Captains, School Council Representatives and our Annual School Values Award. Therefore, providing children opportunities to see Democracy at work. Our pupils also have the opportunity to volunteer their time in activities/roles such as Eco-Warriors and Sports Leaders. Pupils also take part in fund raising events for local charities such as Hebburn Helps and National Charities such as Children in Need.

Democracy is also promoted through daily decision making eg voting for the end of day story, debating, PSHE lessons and assemblies. The history of Democracy is also taught through our study of Ancient Greece. 

Pupils take part in the annual Local Authority Starryland event.



The Rule of Law

Our Behaviour Policy reflects the deeper, important social and emotional learning that each child needs to develop both personally and within our community. Behaviour Logs are completed and children are given the opportunity to reflect upon their behaviour choices.

Pupils are rewarded for exhibiting good and caring behaviour and consistent demonstration of our values is recognised through whole school initiatives such as ‘Class Award of the Week.’

Through our RSHE lessons, our pupils are taught how to earn trust and respect and are supported to develop a strong sense of morality; knowing right from wrong and doing the right thing even when it’s difficult.

Children are taught about equality and mutual respect in line with the Church of England document ‘Value in all God’s Children.’



Individual Liberty


Our school curriculum supports children’s emotional and physical wellbeing and ensure our children develop the skills which will enable them to make a valued contribution to society. Through our school values and RSHE lessons, children are taught about personal responsibility, choices, ambition and aspiration.

Children are taught how to keep themselves safe, including on-line. This is done through Kidsafe sessions, lessons linked to Operation Encompass and the PREVENT Agenda. School is a registered member of National Online Safety and keeping safe online is taught through computing lessons, e-safety days and  assemblies.


Mutual Respect


Our Behaviour and Anti Bullying Policy reflect the Church of England’s ‘Value in all God’s Children’ Document. Mutual respect is an expectation of all and is promoted through daily life, PSHE lessons and Collective Worship. The theme of Similarities and Differences runs through our PSHE curriculum. The Show Racism the Red Card programme is a feature of our Curriculum. Through our RE curriculum and Collective Worship pupils learn about a range of faiths and beliefs and how difference enriches life experiences. Children visit a range of places of worship and visitors from different Faiths come into school to discuss the importance of their Faith




Jarrow Cross in line with the Church of England teachings is a school that embraces all members of the community. Tolerance of different faiths and beliefs is promoted through the curriculum for Religious Education. Pupils learn about different religions, their beliefs, places of worship and festivals, and learn about those who have no faith or beliefs. Recognising negative behaviours surrounding differences particularly with stereotyping and discriminating individuals or communities and how this impacts wellbeing is part of the PSHE curriculum. A range of books are used to promote diversity. Children work with EMTRAS to produce packs to support Refugees arriving in the area and Year 6 take part in the Bosnian Refugee Project.