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Personal, social, health and economic [PSHE] education is an important and necessary part of all pupils' education. PSHE is a non- statutory subject and can encompass many areas of study. Our PSHE education programme is used to equip pupils with a sound understanding of risk and the knowledge and skills necessary to make safe and informed decisions. The programme builds on the content of the National Curriculum and statutory guidance on drug education, financial education, sex and relationships education [SRE] and the importance of physical activity and diet for a healthy lifestyle.

Our PSHE curriculum in the Foundation Stage is taught through the Early Years Foundation Stage statutory framework. Personal, Social and Emotional development is taught through three areas;

  • Making relationships
  • Self-confidence and self-awareness
  • Managing feelings and behaviours

 

In Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 our PSHE curriculum is taught through SEAL, in half termly topics.

 Themes include -

  • New Beginnings
  • Getting on and falling out
  • Going for goals
  • Good to be me
  • Relationships
  • Change

Our Say no to bullying topic is covered during Anti bullying week.

Children use class floorbooks to record their PSHE work.

 

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Keeping Safe Week was successfully delivered to all year groups. The children enjoyed a variety of activities on topics including -

    * Relationships

    * The world of drugs

    * Water safety

    * Safety in the home

    * Road safety

The NSPCC delivered assemblies to both Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2, Speak out, Stay safe with Buddy.

Mrs Baxter delivered Forest School activities to Years 2,3,4 and 6.

Our Community Police came into school to talk to the children about Stranger Danger.

Road Safety sessions were delivered by Rose Crossland to Years 1,2 and 3.

NSPCC workshops.

The Year 5 and 6 children took part in interactive workshops held in individual classes, provided by volunteers from Child Line  through the charity the NSPCC. The children learned about Keeping Safe and telling someone if they are worried.

The NSPCC also provided an online safety session for our parents.

 

Hi-Impact also came into school to deliver e-safety sessions to Year 3 and 5.

 

Water safety sessions were provided in the swimming baths for Year 5.

 

Year 5 an 6 attended a Mini Police assembly.

 

Get away n Get safe workshops about gangs were delivered to Year 6, every afternoon for one week.

 

United utilities came into school to provide water safety sessions for year 4.

 

 

Red Cross workshops.

In Year 6 the Red Cross came into school to deliver First aid sessions to the children. 

 

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