Below you will find some examples of the learning the children experience during our day to day curriculum, themed weeks and charity collections.
Some updated work based on our new scheme called ‘My life’.
Children’s Mental Health Week
Equality and Diversity
We had a visiting poet called Levi Tafari visit our school. He taught us how to use poetry and rapping to spread positive messages about equality and diversity. The Year 6 children got the opportunity to write and perform their own poems and raps to the Key Stage Two children in a special assembly.
Other examples of our PSHE curriculum and experiences across the school:
We have a new focus during our annual anti-bullying week each year, such as: acts of random kindness, equal opportunities and children’s rights. Year 6 children are involved in a workshop called GANGs (Get Away N Get Safe) focusing on how to say no to gang culture and the consequences of gang culture.
We also do lots of fundraising – local food banks, macmillan and further afield such as Africa where we recycled our old uniforms for them to use at their school.
If you would like any more information on how to develop positive mental health please do not hesitate to speak to a member of staff who can point into the right direction. The following websites are also very useful.