WELCOME TO ALL SAINTS PSHE
School PSHE manager - Miss S Dray
At all Saints Primary School, PSHE is interwoven into everyday life, as it enables our children to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes, they need to manage both now and in the future.
- Every term we have a designated day for PSHE, which is taught across the whole school. These days are called values Day. Each term has a different theme that the children explore these are: Being me in my world, celebrating differences, Dreams and Goals, Healthy Me, Relationships and changing me.
- Daily, 'Brain Breathing' exercises to support mindfulness and resilience in our children and adults.
- Social skills groups to support children.
- Every class having access to a Worry Box, giving children the opportunity to speak to adults in their class or safeguarding Leads in school, regarding any worries they have.
- Inviting speakers to come into school from the wider community.
- Emphasising healthy living, encouraging children to bring a healthy snack to school.
- Taking part in national fundraising initiatives, such as Red Nose Day and Children In Need.
As a result of our PSHE teaching at All Saints you will see:
- Engaged children who are all challenged.
- Confident, happy children who can talk about their emotions and well being.
- Lessons that use a variety of resources to support learning.
- Children and adults practicing mindfulness techniques to support their mental health and well being.
- Learning that is tracked and monitored to ensure all children make good progress.
Because PSHE is a 'golden thread' throughout all aspects of our children's lives, at All Saints we deliver termly Values Days and other discrete lessons through the Cornerstones Curriculum. The National Curriculum documents below contain details about what children in each year group must be taught in these areas. The school policy documents contains further details of how our school teaches them.
How Challenge is provided within PSHE learning.
Some individual pupils are identified by teachers as needing personal, social, health or emotional support because they have specific needs that act as barriers to their learning. These pupils are then targeted to take part in personal challenge tasks/clubs that encourage pupils to face up to their challenges, say ‘Bring it on!’ and overcome them . We run challenge clubs that include: social skills, play therapy, social stories and support with anger issues.
How parents can help with their child’s PSHE learning at home.
- Make children aware of current social issues within the local community and further afield
- Teach children how to be tolerant of other religions, faiths, views and opinions
- Encourage children to talk about their problems/ challenges and encourage them to find ways of overcoming them
- Teach children that individuals can disagree but disagreement needs to be done with respect
- Teach children how to show good manners and respect for others in their everyday lives
- Encourage children to abide by the law of the land and the rules/ laws of the local community home and school
- Teach children how to live a healthy lifestyle
- Teach children how to respect themselves
- Look at the BBC Bitesize link for other ideas