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P.S.H.E

 

Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) and Citizenship is children learning about themselves as developing individuals and members of their community. This starts in EYFS with Personal, Social and Emotional Development and continues throughout our school.

 

Children will learn skills for keeping themselves safe and healthy and behaving well. Children are encouraged to take some responsibility for themselves and their environment. They will begin to learn about their feelings and the feelings of others, their views matter and the rights of others. Children will learn to share, take turns, play, help others and resolve simple arguments and resist bullying. They will begin to take an active part in the life of their school and its neighbourhood. Children get to discuss what they like or dislike, what is right and wrong, what is fair and unfair.

 

In Key Stage 2 children become more independent, mature and self-confident. They discuss social justice and moral responsibility. As they develop into young adults, children face the changes of puberty and transfer to secondary school with the help and encouragement of Mab Lane.

 

Have a look at some of our PSHE activities within school
2017/18
Picture 1 discussing who can help when we are worried.
Picture 2 How to be a good friend.
Picture 3 NSPCC Pants
Picture 4 We created our own pants.
Picture 5 Saying thank you
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Picture 7 KS1 lesson discussing trust
Picture 8 What is trust?
Picture 9 Being a good friend
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Picture 12 prior knowledge of bullying before our workshop
Picture 13 we enjoyed our bullybusters workshop
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Picture 18 Look how much we know now.
Picture 19 KS2 Empathy role play
Picture 20 Planning our enterprise activity.
Picture 21 Our school shop.
Picture 22 An activity from ROAR 'lotus flower'.
Picture 23 Look at our lotus flower.
Picture 24 ROAR magic box activity.
Picture 25 Another ROAR activity from KS2
Picture 26 developing our perseverence skills.
We love celebrating our achievements!
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