Rule Of Law Day

Youngsters at Bridlington school became Judges, prosecuters and barristers for the day as they learnt more about more about fundemental British Values.Year 7 pupils spent Rule of Law day recreating a crown court case, taking part in competitions and learning about the electoral system to gain an understanding about important institutions. 


Cross curricular coordinator, Roy Horobin, said all schools are required by Ofsted to teach these fundamental values. "the purpose of the day was to encourage our students to reflect on the value of purpose of having rule of law," said Mr Horobin.

"while embed the development of these values in our everyday lessons and learning experiences, we have also introduced a series of fundamental British Values days. The first of these is Rule of Law Day which is all of year 7 participated in on friday Febuary 12."


The event also focused on bettering pupils' ability to work as part of a team as well as individual learning. The Finale was a crown court case and debate that took place in the school hall, with the winning team Holmes House now having a party to look foward to as a reward.   



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