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Promoting British Values

                       Welcome to Henley Green's  British Values page.


The Government emphasises that schools are required to ensure that key ‘British Values’ are taught in all UK schools. At Henley Green Primary School we are committed to serve our community and to actively promote these  British Values.


  • Democracy
  • The Rule of Law
  • Mutual Respect
  • Individual Liberty
  • Tolerance of others with different faiths and beliefs

Reception's colourful Chinese New Year Display

Year 5's Poppy day display

Year 1 did this display for St George's Day. St George was brave and fought the dragon to save the people.

Meet Henley Green's Student Council Representatives.

What do the School Council do?

The school council meet regularly with Mrs Bond to talk about issues arising in their classes and in the whole school. They share fund raising ideas and organise the activities. They have organised Christmas parties, a cake sale and have been around the school gathering the views of children. Class representatives are the voice of all of the children. They have plans for a big bike ride before the end of term.

The British Value: Democracy

All classes voted for their school council representatives in each class.

We thought about what democracy means and how this is one of the British Values. All the children were able to take part in a ballot to vote for their representative.



The Whole School took part in a 1 minute silence for Remembrance Day today.

Year 4's Remembrance Day display

What a great end to this half term! A BIG celebration in the sunshine of The Queen's Platinum Jubilee!

Maypole Dancing.

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A look at some of the work we have done during the week we celebrated The Queen's Platinum Jubilee.

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee in school this week.


We had a Queen's Platinum Jubilee Pudding competition.

There were many entries. This was the winner!


The winning entries for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee portrait competition.

The Queen's Platinum Jubilee is fast approaching and at Henley Green we have many activities planned to celebrate this special occasion.

Look at these fantastic portraits of the Queen!



Year 5 have been learning about World War 2. Have a look at their lovely window poppy display.


Year 6's visit from the Magistrates


This year, the role play was about Cyberbullying. A young lad was in court  accused of sending threatening messages to another boy on his phone. We heard the legal arguments from both sides and the class was given the opportunity to decide if the defendant was guilty or not guilty. The deciding panel left the classroom to discuss it and came up with a guilty verdict.

Before the role play, the magistrates explained how a court worked and the roles of the people who work in one. The children were very interested in learning about them and, for example, the role of the usher who gave instructions in court. They also learned about the consequences that can be given for breaking the law, illegal drugs and how e-scooters are illegal on pavements and roads.

Year 6 really enjoyed this experience.

Year 6 learning about the British Value - The Rule of Law.

In our Friday assemblies we have explored these British Values themes.

If you have any queries, please contact the school office on 02476613163.