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PSHE

PSHE Leader

 

Miss Hendry

What is PSHE? -----Personal, Social and Health Education.

 

PSHE can help the children at Holden Clough to gain a measure of knowledge, skills and understanding on which to build confident, healthy, independent lives.

Through a range of activities, Circle Times and their own experiences, the children are encouraged to explore their own worth in the school community and within their wider community. In doing so, the aim is for each individual to become increasingly responsible for their own actions and learning.

 

Thorough active participation and personal reflection, the children will learn to respect each other and understand our diversities and differences. Our aim at Holden Clough is to help and encourage all the children to form effective and fulfilling friendship both now and in the future.

 

PSHE has a strong link to SMSC. You can read more about SMSC on the curriculum web page.

In her own time, Jasmin (4DP) has used the anti-bullying theme to write this poem.

In her own time, Jasmin (4DP) has used the anti-bullying theme to write this poem. 1

in her own time, Janvi (4SP) has created this poem for anti-bullying week.

in her own time, Janvi (4SP) has created this poem for anti-bullying week. 1

Year 3 enjoyed wearing odd socks to mark the start of Anti-Bullying Week.

To introduce Anti-bullying week the School Council led a whole school assembly. They emphasised the important message behind the theme 'choose respect' and gave us lots to think about with regards to this very important topic.

We have introduced a new scheme this year to teach about emotional health and wellbeing. The letter below explains more about it. Don't forget to ask your child to tell you all about what they are learning in class.

Meet the characters from my Happymind who are helping us learn about emotional health and wellbeing this year...

Meet the characters from my Happymind who are helping us learn about emotional health and wellbeing this year... 1
Meet the characters from my Happymind who are helping us learn about emotional health and wellbeing this year... 2

Year 3 enjoyed celebrating the special qualities of everone in their class.

The NSPCC came into school to lead a KS1 and KS2 assembly about speaking out and keeping safe. Afterwards they worked with Year 5 and 6 to explore this theme in greater depth.

Inspired by anti-bullying week, Janvi in year 3 has written this great poem offering some great advice.

Inspired by anti-bullying week, Janvi in year 3 has written this great poem offering some great advice. 1

Look at some of our amazing work we created during Anti-bullying Week...

Year 3 showing they are all different but all equal

Anti-bullying Week 2017

Health Week 26th - 30th June 2017

British Values is important in our school. We are all in a house linked to the British Values and work hard to gain house points for our team. Each week the winning team is announced in assembly and they have their colour ribbon displayed on the trophy. Each half term the overall winning house have an afternoon treat. Which team will be the overall winner for the most house points throughout the year?

British Values is important in our school. We are all in a house linked to the British Values and work hard to gain house points for our team. Each week the winning team is announced in assembly and they have their colour ribbon displayed on the trophy. Each half term the overall winning house have an afternoon treat. Which team will be the overall winner for the most house points throughout the year? 1

Year 2 Feelings Rainbow: we thought about what colours we would assign to each feeling. This helps us to talk about how we feel.

Going for Goals! Year 3 have been thinking about their goals for the future.

Year 4 have been exploring a range of different issues in society at the moment, focussing on problems that have a direct impact on us as British citizens. 

Year 4 writing a mini-manifesto in preparation for becoming 'Pupil Prime Minister'

Year 4 exploring current British political issues - Food

Year 4 exploring current British political issues - Transport

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