Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) Education
To LOVE themselves and others and to show respect for religious and moral values. To show an appreciation and tolerance of other groups, races, religions, ways of life and points of view, whatever their age, ability, background, gender or special need.
To strive to LEARN and be self-motivated to achieve their very best. To be independent and determined to reach their full potential.
THE PSHE CURRICULUM
The PSHE curriculum aims to develop skills and attributes such as resilience, self-esteem, risk-management, teamworking and critical thinking in the context of learning grouped into three core themes:
- health and wellbeing,
- living in the wider world (including economic wellbeing and aspects of careers education).
Road SafetY week
This week we have been learning all about road safety. Mr Morris in and gave an assembly on how to stay safe crossing the roads and also in the car. We learnt a lot of things and now we know how to keep ourselves safe.
Mrs Hourihane from our ASD Base did an assembly about being different. She was telling us some of the different children she has worked with and how we can help them in school.
We wore blue to celebrate Autism Awareness Week.
Our teachers gave out special certificates for being a good listener, for being a good friend and for respecting others during our Star of the Week assembly.
World Mental Health Awareness Day 10th October
Today as a school we showed our awareness of World Mental Health Awareness Day by wearing an item of yellow with our uniform. We also discussed our emotions and what to do if we feel sad or upset.
Anti Bullying Week
This week we have being learning about respect and how we should respect all kinds of people . To show our support we came to school wearing odd socks to show that it is okay to be different!