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Common values

Geographical and historical spreading in art styles, philosophical ideas, scientific centres, musical forms and literary proves, that European culture developed by ages over borders and based on continuous flow of creative thought from centres to an edge of Europe. One of main features of European culture of both this formerly how and this contemporary, is the continuous flow of the ideas, the peoples and the commodities.

The Treaty of Lisbon – European values 

Human dignity, freedom, democracy, equality, the rule of law and the respect for human rights: these are the core values of the EU which are set out at the beginning of the Treaty of Lisbon. They are common to all Member States, and any European country wishing to become a member of the Union must respect them.

Promoting these values, as well as peace and the well-being of the Union’s peoples are now the main objectives of the Union. These general objectives are supplemented by a list of more detailed ones, including the promotion of social justice and protection, and the fight against social exclusion and discrimination.

The Treaty of Lisbon makes significant advances regarding the protection of fundamental rights. It opens the way for the Union to seek accession to the European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedoms.

All kindergarten's community discussed about values the most important at kindergarten. It was the staff, parents, local government and also the children

To promote and to respect Convention about Children's Rights this is basis of activities of the European Kindergartens.  This approach is standard  in all European schools.



Additionally, the Polish community extends the system of values.
Our work is based on a uniform system of value- physical and psychological security (happiness, responsibility, adaptability), cooperation (partnership), nobility ( honesty, confidence, loyalty ), creativity (wisdom, knowledge)

Creativity

(wisdom, knowledge)

We understand it as a harmonious development of aptitudes and interests of each child's individual education program based on a reliable diagnosis of the needs of children, parents. Search for effective and productive solutions to educational, pedagogical innovation taking appropriate pre-conditions and its own capabilities, striving for their own professional activities, continuing personal and professional development through various forms of training and use of knowledge in practice, to promote achievement. Non conventional activity. Processing of information using computers.
Nobility
(honesty, confidence, loyalty)

We understand it as responsible delivery of knowledge for pupils and parents. Keeping professional discretion. Objective relationship to pupils. Offering and allowing different help for the parents and pupils. Acting the coherent formation of value as well as the empathy, tolerance, acceptance acknowledgement of the parents' precedence to the own children's education

Cooperation

(partnership)

We understand it as a continuous cooperation with a team, sharing experiences, sharing of experiences, the use of knowledge for the improvement of the quality of kindergarten work, together with their parents to choose the best way a child's development, to keep the dialogue with parents, to adapt their work style to the requirements of children and groups. Good communication and information flow.

Physical and psychological security

We understand it as a risk prevention by making the norms, rules, contracts with the children, to take preventative action. To promote and to respect Convention about Children's




Values in Burnham Market Primary School

  • Kindness and caring - children and staff to have respect for one another and to help and support each other
  • Diversity and inclusion - we celebrate and welcome the diversity amongst our wider school community
  • Responsibility and co-operation - appropriate behaviour and manners are expected and encouraged from all
  • Recognition and reward - an expectation of success, with celebration of achievement
  • Enjoyment and opportunity - development through a creative and stimulating learning environment
  • Communication - an ethos of openness and honesty at all levels

CONCLUSIONS:

Despite that everyone of us expresses thoughts differently we can affirm that common values unite us. Education of the small children in Europe is based on the common values. It is not important which of these is first or second on the list.

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