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Holy Trinity Church of England Junior School

Holy Trinity Church of England Junior School

Holy Trinity Church of England Junior School

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PSHE

Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE)

Teaching PSHE helps children to understand how to keep themselves safe; mentally and physically healthy and are prepared for life and work.  PSHE covers issues such as online and offline safety, relationships, health and careers taught in a way which is appropriate to the age and maturity of the pupils.  We encourage the use of Circle Time as a means of discussion and addressing issues.

PSHE is taught as a discrete subject weekly and, where appropriate, is also linked to wider areas of the curriculum.

PSHE Day 2018 - Fantastic!

For PSHE day 2018, the children had the amazing opportunity to complete a task set by Scott Mackintosh, co-founder and Managing Director of Methodology.  Methodology are a design and marketing company based in Harrogate and London who were set the challenge by Lotus, one of their clients.  Lotus heard how amazing our Trinity children are so they wanted them to create a unique, eco-friendly sports car. 

Trinity children stepped up to the challenge as always and produced some fabulous ideas and presentations through determination and team work.  Four Year 6 groups were chosen to present their finished products to the school and a panel of judges at the end of the day, Dragon’s Den style!  The judges had the tough job of choosing an overall winner.  After lots of discussion, they decided that the winning team would be “The Black Knight”. 

Scott was so overwhelmed and blown away with all the ideas that the children produced, he decided to combine them and get the Lotus design team to create a drawing of the “Nexus Eco-Sport”, a name created by one of the teams. 

An amazing day was had by all and the children went above and beyond our expectations.  Well done Trinity!

 

 

 

 

Year Group What we've been learning about recently 

 

 

 

Year 3

 e-safety  - Choices online!

Through the teaching of PSHE lessons, Year 3 now feel that they are kinder to their friends and have learnt to trust each other more because they have listened to each other’s thoughts and feelings. 

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Year 4

e-safety - Respect online!

In PSHE this half term, Year 4 have been learning how to use Circle Time as a way of communicating and expressing our ideas and emotions.  We have learnt how to be respectful listeners and use this calm time for reflection and learning new things about our friends.  During lessons, we have looked at our support network around us and who is there to help us when we are in need.

My emotions:

 

 

Year 5

e-safety - Consequences online!

In Year 5, we have been building our confidence in sharing our opinions, stories and ideas with our classmates. We have been looking at what makes us who we are and researched our name meaning.

My emotions:

 

Year 6

e-safety - Social media!

In PSHE, Year 6 have been learning about children’s rights and responsibilities, we were shocked to learn how many there were.  We have also been picking out which ones we think were the most important and what life would be like without these rights. We were surprised to find out that some children do not get these rights and don’t get the opportunities that we get.

My emotions:

 

Years 3 & 4

In Year 3 and 4, we discussed how we feel when changes happen and what we can do to help us cope with change.  We realised that sometimes changes happen for a reason and can be good or bad and make us feel all types of emotions.

 

Year 5

Have enjoyed learning different ways of managing change. We established that change can be a difficult time and how we face it really will change how we deal with the situation.

 

 Year 6

During our PSHE lessons, we have discussed what it would be like to start at a new school and how we could help somebody who is new.  We also talked about situations we might come across, like starting high school in September, how we would feel and what we would do.  We made a network of special people we would talk to in the situations: you might talk to your Mum, Dad or siblings.  If you do not want them to know you could talk to teachers, friends or Childline. We have also thought about what it would be like to be there for someone else.