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SMSC & British Values

At Ladywood Primary School, we encourage children and provide positive opportunities to develop spiritual, moral, social and cultural awareness. This is facilitated through our curriculum, during assemblies, lunch times, playtimes and extra-curriculum activities.


We encourage our pupils to participate in, and support good causes and charities. This reinforces that there are large numbers of people both at home and overseas who are much less fortunate than ourselves and who deserve our support. We raised money for Children in Need this year by dressing up, dancing in school and taking part in a whole school competition. Take a look at our photos below where we donned our sequins and pretty clothes, and enjoyed a good ole dance!

We looked at what Christingle meant and how it is created. Then we made one each in class to take down to St Luke's church for the Christingle service. Fr Tom made the service fun and interactive with the story of Jesus, Mary and Joseph, along with making a model himself. Here are a selection of photos of us creating our Christingles and the service.

We had a Strictly Come Dancing dance off to help celebrate Children In Need. We went into the hall to strut our stuff on the dance floor and have lots of fun while raising money for the very good cause.

On Tuesday 16th November, we wore odd socks. The day was all about fun and laughter, but more importantly it delivers a message of individuality, acceptance and tolerance. Which is what being an Odd Sock is all about… because everyone is different and that’s good!


In a world that can sometimes feel like it’s filled with negativity, one kind word can provide a moment of hope. It can be a turning point. It can change someone’s perspective. It can change their day. It can change the course of a conversation and break the cycle of bullying. Best of all, one kind word leads to another. Kindness fuels kindness. So from the playground to Parliament, and from our phones to our homes, together, our actions can fire a chain reaction that powers positivity. It starts with one kind word. It starts today and we need your help to make it happen! 


We wrote what it means to be kind and why we should be kind to everyone.

In October, we elected our Class School Councillors. If they wanted to audition for a role, the children produced manifestos, which were put forward the class. The children then picked their top 2 favourite speeches for both girls and boys. This was then put forward in a voting situation, where each child in the class voted for the girl and boy they wanted to represent our class. The School Council is the pupils' opportunity to raise issues, organise events and activities for the school and put forward their suggestions for any new initiatives.


Our class councillors are Holly and Joey.