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'British values' in school policies

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updated on 13 July 2017
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Do we have to have a British values policy? Schools are not required to have a British values policy. This article looks at how some schools include British values in other policies. It also features a KeyDoc with questions for governors to ask about the promotion of British values in the school.

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Contents

  1. 1 Schools are not required to have a British values policy
  2. 2 KeyDoc: questions for governors to ask
  3. 3 British values in teaching and learning policies
  4. 4 British values in SMSC policies
  5. 5 British values in a safeguarding policy

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