In Nursery we have been talking about our families. We have also been learning about ourselves.
We have been talking about classroom rules.
We have made a set of classroom rules and have spoken about the
importance of these.
Key Stage 1 Base
In KS1 base feelings are important. The children always show how they are feeling by placing their face on the
We have been discussing ways of being a good friend.
Children have been setting goals for the future.
We have been talking about ways of making unhealthy foods healthy.
We have also been discussing ways of being a kind friend.
On Wednesday 2nd May, year 3 had a visit from a local PCSO. He explained all about his job and how he works within the community. The children were also able to ask questions all about the emergency services they have been learning about in PSHE. The officer even let Connor try on his stab resistant vest.
In PSHE we have been learning about the emergency services. We have discussed who can help us in an emergency and have discussed hoax calls and the effect they can have on the emergency services. To show our understanding we wrote some acrostic poem
We had a very special visitor- PCSO Mark Say- We found out that a PCSO is a police community support officer- He doesn't usually arrest people but does help people in need.
We talked about when to ring 999 and when to ring 101- We also discussed hoax calls to these numbers and he told us the age of criminal responsibility is 10 years old.
"If you are 10 or over and make a hoax call you can get taken to the police station" Lucas
Year 2 have been looking at safer strangers in PSHE. We learned who to approach if we found ourselves in difficulty around the area. Here are some of our children sorting who is a safe stranger to ask for help and who may be dangerous. We all agreed people in uniform such as police officers, the fire brigade or medical staff would be able to help us. We also looked at safe buildings to go for help such local banks, police stations or large shops.
The week beginning 13th November was Anti-Bullying week. This year’s theme was
'All different, All equal’.
We have created our own jigsaw to show that together we are one big family but we all have different interests. Each child created their own rainbow to show that we are ‘all equal’ but we ‘all different’ because we like different people, hobbies and toys
"We have been talking about bullying. We are all the same but like different things." - Alexis
"It is ok to be different because we all have different friends." - Isla
Year 3 played a game of tangled web. We passed the string to others and explained how we are the same and different.
Brooke said, "I am the same as Alissia because we both wear earings. We are different because Alissia wears a bow."
Alissia said, "I am the same as Brooke J because we both have brown hair and we are different because we wear different types of shoes."
Vinnie said, "I am the same as Joseph because we have the same eye brows but we are different because Joseph has a Kingsley badge on his jumper."
Lucas said, "I am the same a Saphere because we are best friends and we are different because I am a boy and Saphere is a girl."
Year 5 have been having an intense debate regarding whether music with inappropriate lyrics should be aired on the radio! What do you think?
Year 1 have been doing a bit of role play.
We have been making our own goals - Megan
We have been acting out problems and solving them - Leyland
In Year 4, we have been discussing what can be a barrier for learning. We created board games to show different learning journeys and enjoyed playing on them with our friends.
Year 5 have been having lots of debates in PSHE which the children have really enjoyed and become really enthusiastic about. Some of them will make great politicians one day.
The children in the Key Stage 1 base know what makes a good friend and what makes a bad friend.
Year 4 enjoy using circle time and talking partners to discuss issues. Here they are talking about what makes a good learner and what they need to be able to learn successfully.