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Personal, Social and Health Education 


PSHE education is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepare for life and work in modern Britain. Evidence shows that well-delivered PSHE programmes have an impact on both academic and non-academic outcomes for pupils, particularly the most vulnerable and disadvantaged. (PSHE Association 2017)


PSHE is delivered across the school following half termly themes as suggested by the PSHE association and in line with the Catholic Values of our school. PSHE assemblies take place weekly and we are often supported by visitors to school who share important messages wih us. 



We were very lucky to have a wonderful assembly from the Speak Out, Stay Safe team at the NSPCC. The children loved meeting Buddy the speech bubble and learning how to keep themselves safe and who they can talk to if they're not feeling safe.

The fantastic Author, Jude Lennon, visited school to speak to us about her new book supporting 'The Bobby Colleran Trust' Super Bob: STOP! (Superbob Tells Off Parents). We learned all about road safety and how to arrive and leave school safely. We really enjoyed her story and were great at remembering all the rules Superbob says we should follow. 

Crossing roads: kids know best

As part of road safety week Mrs Kirkham talked to us about the safest ways to cross the road. We watched this video from the Think! campaign (Department of Transport) and we recorded our own version of the Road Safety song. We hope you enjoy them both and will reinforce the important messages at home.

This film is to teach children between ages 3 to 6 about road safety.

We supported the charity NSPCC, who we met in the Autumn term, by taking part in their national 'Number's Day' fundraising event. We enjoyed looking at how numbers are used in real life, weighing and measuring, to make playdough and rocky road treats. We know how important this charity is and what a fantastic job they do keeping children safe so we were very happy to raise £129 to help them continue to spread their messages.

We raised almost £400 for Woodlands Animal Sanctuary with our cake sale and coffee afternoon