PSHE (Personal, Social and Emotional education)
Every aspect of the life of the school contributes in one way or another to the moral education and citizenship of the child. For this reason, the quality of relationships, the care of every member of the school community, the concern for those outside the school and the attitudes engendered in the leaning process, are all of vital importance. Every experience, whether in the classroom, Assembly, dining room or playground is significant, for the people’s attitudes and behaviour constitute the prime material for the development of each child’s moral values and code.
We provide the children with activities which will help them to
Through the use of our School’s Council into which the children are elected by their classmates they are given the chance to think about solutions to some of their own school problems such as: what to do to make playtimes more enjoyable; how to raise money for different charities;
We are also involved in the National Healthy Schools Programme; which promotes personal, social, health and citizenship education. Our focus areas for this scheme are PDL (as above) and healthy eating. We encourage greater support from parents and the wider community such as our PCSO, local librarians, doctors and nurses.
Please go to SMSC and British Values page to see photos of PSHE in action throughout school.
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