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News - 10 June 2014

PM says the appeal of British values is overwhelming.

 The Prime Minister David Cameron has said that plans for schools to promote "British values" are likely to have the "overwhelming support" of people in the UK, and he hopes that Education Secretary Michael Gove's proposals for England would be "inculcated into the curriculum in any school in Britain".

 
Tonmoy Kumar, Manager of the Accounts Department of ABDS and an active school governor comments:
“The prime Minister was speaking in the midst of the so-called Trojan Horse claims, and the government has also asked Ofsted to introduce routine no-notice school inspections in England following the regulator's findings of an "organised campaign to target certain schools" in Birmingham.”
 
Speaking in Sweden after a mini-summit with other EU leaders, Mr Cameron said: "I would say freedom, tolerance, respect for the rule of law, belief in personal and social responsibility and respect for British institutions - those are the sorts of things that I would hope would be inculcated into the curriculum in any school in Britain whether it was a private school, state school, faith-based school, free school, academy or anything else."
 
Since January 2013 schools, including academies and free schools, have been required to respect British values.
 
The Department for Education, which oversees education policy in England, says it wants to "create and enforce a clear and rigorous expectation on all schools to promote the fundamental British values" from September this year.
 
These will sit alongside the requirements of the Equalities Act which also apply to all types of school.
 
If you need any help and advice with Free Schools, Academy Schools or Charities, contact Lavinia Newman or Peter Ham now to discuss how ABDS can help bring their experience to these matters.
 
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