Fundamental British Values

 

Universal Values

 

British Values What does Fundamental British Values mean in the Early Years.

It is acknowledged by the Department for Education that the Fundamental British Values of democracy rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance for those with different faiths and beliefs are already implicitly embedded in the Early Years Foundation Stage.

 

Democracy: Decision making

As part of the focus on self-confidence and self-awareness as referred to in Personal Social and Emotional Development.

Being Friends

 

Rule of Law: Understanding rules matter

 

As part of the focus in managing feelings and behaviour as referred to in Personal Social and Emotional Development.

Working Together

Individual Liberty: Freedom for all

 

As part of the focus on self-confidence and self-awareness and people and communities as referred to in Personal Social and Emotional Development and Understanding of the World.

Being Confident

 

Mutual Respect and Tolerance

As part of the focus on people and communities managing feelings and behaviour and making relationships as referred to in Personal Social and Emotional Development and Understanding of the World.

Learning from each other

Fundamental British Values in the Early Years

Its me, its you, its us that builds community.