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Trotts Hill Primary School and Nursery

PSHE and Well-being

"Today you are You, that is truer than true!

There is no-one alive who is you-er than You!" 

- Dr Seuss



At Trotts Hill School, we believe that personal, social and health education (PSHE) is crucial in order to enable our children to become healthy, safe, independent and responsible members of society. Our PSHE curriculum aims to help all children understand how they are growing and changing, and tackles many of the moral, social and cultural issues which arise in school, our local community and the wider world. Our aim is to ensure that Trotts Hill is a supportive, stimulating and caring school which has high expected standards of behaviour and manners. Our school behaviours and attitudes to learning are underpinned by our whole school values and learning behaviours, which are taught through PSHE lessons, whole school assemblies and are an integral part of all lessons to the success of the whole school.

PSHE curriculum maps

We are a member of the PSHE Association and follow their Programme of Study in Years 1 to 6. We make use of the Statutory Framework and Development Matters in the EYFS. For a full and detailed overview of the learning across each year group, including specific learning objectives, please contact your Key Stage Leader or a member of the Welltech faculty.

Policies and supporting documents

Walk to School Week - Monday 16th to Friday 20th May 2022

Walk to School Week has been a great success with lots of children walking, scooting, cycling or park-and-striding to school. Classes were set a challenge to record the number of children walking to school each day, and children were able to add their walking miles to their Marathon May tally. In assemblies, we talked about how walking improves our health and mental wellbeing, as well as reducing pollution.

Lincoln B - We parked further away every day so we could park and stride.

Mrs Chumbley - We had more children walking every day this week!


Spring Term 2022 - Living in the Wider World

The Spring term sees our focus change to Living in the Wider World, where all year groups look at issues such as money, jobs and citizenship. Many classes also discuss the different community groups they are members of and we learn about how to be thoughtful consumers of the media, including online materials. In the Early Years, we focus on being safe and healthy, including how to look after our teeth.

Autumn Term 2021 - Relationships

In the Autumn term our focus in the main school is Relationships. In Key Stage One the focus has been on close friends and family, including treating one another with respect and who to ask for help if we need support. Key Stage Two focus on more complex issues such as discrimination and prejudice, as well as peer pressure and using the internet responsibly. In EYFS, children focus on their own feelings this term and settling in to the school environment.

Odd Socks Day - AntiBullying Week - Monday 15th November 2021

To kick off Anti Bullying Week, the children wore odd socks to school today to show how we are all unique. The theme for AntiBullying Week is 'One Kind Word' so we have been thinking about using kind words to one another all week and the impact our choice of words and actions can have on others.

"Oliver (to Caiden) - I love playing with you every day"


Penny - "We are celebrating our differences, coming together for anti-bullying week"


CT - "I checked if my friend was okay after she fell over today. I also help Mrs Allen pick things up when she needs it because I know she has a bad back."

Hello Yellow - World Mental Health Day - Friday 8th October

The whole school celebrated 'Hello Yellow' World Mental Health day by wearing yellow to support those with mental health issues. The breakfast club started the day with some yoga, then all children took part in wellbeing activities in class. We focussed on the mantra 'I am, I can, I have' and thought about affirming the positive aspects in our lives.