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PSHE Curriculum

PSHE education is central to the development of the children at Althorpe and Keadby Primary School. Our  PSHE education provides learning that makes an essential contribution to:

• reducing or removing barriers to learning – by providing learning that promotes positive relationships and thus supports young people in reaching their full potential

• developing the key concepts, knowledge and understanding, language, skills and strategies that enable young people to make positive lifestyle choices, now and in their future

• developing the key concepts and skills that both support academic learning (for example, team working that encourages more effective group enquiry) and transcend it (for example, building resilience and developing entrepreneurial skills), and that are essential to employability in a rapidly changing global economy.

 We like to think that PSHE lessons provide “learning for life” opportunities.

Year 5 came up with acts of kindness they were going to carry out over the holidays.

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The school nurses came to visit, they reminded us how important it is to wash our hands.

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Autumn 2020

This term the children have been busy talking about rules at school and in the community. They have spoken about their right to feel safe and respected in school.

Everyone has been learning about staying safe online and about bullying.

In Key stage 2 the children took part in Parliament week learning about what happens in parliament and many of them wrote to our local MP about issues they feel are important to them. We look forward to their reply!

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Year 5 and 6 took part in an online assembly with Primary Futures. We had to ask three different people about their jobs and see if we could work out what they did for a living. We learned about different careers, there was an actor, speech therapist and software programmer.

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