PSHE education is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepared for life and work. Well-delivered PSHE programmes have an impact on both academic and non-academic outcomes for pupils, particularly the most vulnerable and disadvantaged.
Our curriculum for PSHE at Sandbrook aims to develop skills and attributes such as resilience, self-esteem, risk-management, teamworking and critical thinking in the context of three core themes: health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world (including economic wellbeing and aspects of careers education).
The national curriculum also states that ‘all schools should make provision for personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE), drawing on good practice'. PSHE education contributes to schools' statutory duties outlined in the Education Act 2002 and the Academies Act 2010 to provide a balanced and broadly-based curriculum and is essential to Ofsted judgements in relation to personal development, behaviour, welfare and safeguarding.
The relationships and health aspects of PSHE education will be compulsory in all schools from 2020.
- Year 2 have created their own poppy fields for Remembrance Day.
- An additional special pack released today looking at the Black Lives Matter movement.
- Children from Y2, Y4 and Y5 have been taking part in Wellbeing Warriors!
- The Year 3 children raised an amazing £175 for local children's charity Jolly Josh.
- During this years 'Sandbrook Cares Week' Year 2 children wanted to help by organising a big litter pick. They did a great job !
- Designing, making and evaluating Olympic Torches.
- Lego therapy is used widely at Sandbrook. Lego therapy is a collaborative play therapy in which children work together to build Lego models.
- Our Messy Play groups run in school and last for 8 to 10 weeks.
Children at Sandbrook have been part of The Peace Project with the
Tim Parry and Jonathan Ball Peace Foundation.
Read about the programme below;
Our programme, ‘For Peace’, consists of a portfolio of projects, resources, and services. Our work has three core components: prevention, resolution, and response. In prevention we seek to stop violence before it starts, however when conflict does arise, we seek resolution through dialogue and actions to deal with issues without recourse to violence, and when violent conflict has already occurred, we are there to respond, to help those affected to cope and recover and, in many cases, to become active peace-builders and agents for change themselves. Our aim is to break the cycle of violence so our projects overlap and intersect, allowing our participants to learn from one another and play their role in achieving this.