PSHE / British Values / Anti-Bullying
At SSMJ, we aim to build a Personal, Social and Health Education curriculum which develops the whole child. We embed the acquisition of knowledge and skills which enables children to access the wider curriculum and to prepare children for the wider world now and in their future roles within the wider world.
The intent of our PSHE curriculum is to deliver a curriculum which is accessible to all and that will maximise the outcomes for every child so that they know more, remember more and understand more.
At SSMJ, we have a commitment to ensure that our programme is relevant to all pupils and is taught in a way that is age and stage appropriate.
We ensure RHE is inclusive and meets the needs of all our pupils, including those with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) by setting suitable learning challenges, responding to pupils’ diverse learning needs, and overcome potential barriers to learning and assessment for particular individuals and groups of pupils.
5 Ways to Well-being
2. Be active
3. Keep learning
4. Give (be kind)
5. Take notice
Amid the Covid 19 pandemic, supporting the wellbeing of our children has never been so important. Please find below a link to a free Safeguarding Children 10 Top Tips Parent Resource. This resource is designed to offer advice on how parents can safeguard their children’s mental health and promote their wellbeing and is available as a document and short video presentation.
The link to both resources are below
Children’s Mental Health Week is from 1st to 7th February 2021. For more details please follow the link underneath
The theme this year is ‘Express Yourself’.
Lots of resources for school and home schooling can be found via the link below
We are aware that sadly some of our children have experienced bereavement. If the children were in school, we would support them with this, As a parent and school, you can access a bereavement charity called ‘Winston’s wish’ via the link below. Here you will find activities and resources to help your child and there is a free helpline for parents or families if you need help.