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PSHE

The Jigsaw Approach

From September 2014 we are using a new scheme in school for teaching PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education).  You can read more about it here: http://www.jigsawpshe.com/about-us/ This approach combines a range of curriculum learning including PSHE, emotional literacy, social skills and spiritual development into a comprehensive scheme.  It is a whole school approach, with all year groups working on the same theme (Puzzle) at the same time.  Every Tuesday morning, in the assembly, Miss Carr introduces the whole school focus for adults and children alike.

The six puzzles are as follows:

Autumn 1: Being Me in My World

Autumn 2: Celebrating Difference (Including anti-bullying)

Spring 1: Dreams and goals

Spring 2: Healthy Me

Summer 1: Relationships

Summer 2: Changing Me

 

 

Click the PDFs to read about the SEAL.

      
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Film week – 7/11/2014

Last week, as part of film week Reception to Year 6 all took a trip to Cineworld in Bradford to watch the film Moshi Monsters. It linked with our anti bullying campaign and Celebrating Differences theme that we are learning about in school. The children then went back to school to discuss it and they will continue the work throughout the year.

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Our Seal display – Getting on and Falling Out

SEAL Displa 2

 

 

11/11/2013

Development of social skills: being a good friend.

 

Reception

Aleesha H and Natalie for playing co-operatively together, solving their own problems together.

 

Year 1

Patricia and Raiyyan for being a good friend to new a new child, made him feel welcome and Patricia also helped with translation.

 

Year 2

Hajer for being very caring towards others and Adam for helping another child.

 

Year 3

Zaman for using good manners with classmates and Madiha I for celebrating another child’s work really positively.

 

Year 4

Mariam for being a good friend and welcoming and Zain for always being helpful to others.

 

Year 5

Bushrah for being kind and supportive and Saira for offering to play with someone who was alone.

 

Year 6

Zain for helping another child and Haider for always being kind and helpful.