In line with this it has been reported that some children are travelling to schools not wearing seatbelts. If you are unsure about requirements please follow the link below:
PSHE lessons are timetabled weekly for classes across the school. Lessons mainly follow the PSHE curriculum, but are also used to address issues within the class that arise.
Opportunities are used elsewhere in the curriculum to develop children's PSHE skills, particularly to learn about safety.
Spring Term 2015
During their topic on the Great Fire, in January 2015, year 1 had visits from the fire service and learnt all about Fire Safety.
The whole school took part in Safer Internet Day on Tuesday 10th February 2015, creating posters about keeping safe on the internet.
On Thursday 5th March 2015. 20 Year 6 children took part in 'We day'. This is an annual event, that aims to educate children about local and global issues and help shift the power from 'me' to 'we'.
On Friday 13th March 2015, children across the school celebrated 'Comic Relief'. Assemblies were used to promote Comic Relief and talk to the children about their rights and responsibilities - particularly the fact that all children had a right to learn.
On Wednesday 18th March 2015 the 'Splashcard' team came in to talk to children in school about how making positive choices - such as eating healthy school meals, or taking part in extra-curricular activities, could earn them points and rewards.
On Friday 20th March 2015, children from Years 1 - 6 were involved in assemblies about Road Safety.
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