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Trotts Hill Primary School and Nursery

PSHE and Well-being

Intent

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. There is a focus on well-being and understanding of the importance of self-care and preservation. 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 (PRIDE) and learning behaviours, which are taught through PSHE lessons and whole school assemblies. These values, along with awareness of wellbeing and positive behaviour combine to create a successful learning environment throughout our school.

PSHE curriculum maps

Mental Health Awareness Week 18th May 2020

School Closure.

The children of Trotts Hill school have been busy creating different posters to thank their Key workers.

A great example of how the children are showing kindness to others. Here is a snippet of the posters some children have made. 

A few of the posters that children from Trotts Hill have been making!

"Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education is an important and necessary part of all pupils’ education. All schools should teach PSHE, drawing on good practice, and this expectation is outlined in the introduction to the proposed new national curriculum." (Gov UK)

Trotts Hill Brilliant Buttons

Trotts Hill have started our Brilliant buttons in the dining room. Different children will receive buttons each day for showing good manners, kindness and also following all of our Trotts Hill values. We are gradually filling up our buttons board!

I received a button for lining up quietly and listening to others - MR

I received a button for using for trying new things. Noah

When I ate my dinner quietly and helped others clear their plates I received a button! - Eleah

Trotts Hill General Election

Trotts Hill school took part in the General Election today. As part of our British Values the children learned about democracy and the importance of voting. The children then learned about each party.  Every child had the opportunity to vote.

Anti bullying week 2019

The children focused on kindness and showing respect to others. Each year group completed  different activities based around kindness. As part of anti bullying week we also had ' Odd socks day'. The children wore odd socks to celebrate being unique!

 

Liam- We can show kindness on the playground.

Sophie- I pledge to play with different children.

Layla: I will smile at other children.

Children In Need 2019

This Year as part of Children In Need the children wore their own clothes and donated a pound to the charity. In the morning the whole school took part in our ' Morning Move' with Joe Wicks. 

2019 - Well-being area

Our new Well-being Area is finished. Today we had a Grand Opening for the new area in assembly and each day this week classes will be going to visit the area as part of their PSHE lessons. We look forward to all using this area to help us with our health and mental well-being.

2019 - Buddy Benches

 

We have introduced our Buddy Benches across the school. Children can sit on these when they feel lonely, and then other children will be aware that somebody needs a friend to play with.

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