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22/02/24

Yr1 taking part in the multi-skills competition! pic.twitter.com/mW4Vdu6bvY

22/02/24

In RE this week, Yr1 were role-playing the arrival of a special guest! pic.twitter.com/e8dFR6IsEM

01/02/24

Yeah 2 taking NSPCC Number day to the next level! pic.twitter.com/EkyRcTUqXo

31/01/24

Exploring colour mixing in the Nursery pic.twitter.com/fnZIK0T51u

31/01/24

Using phonics to spell words in Reception class pic.twitter.com/6o58YnlqM1

31/01/24

Colour mixing in Year 3 Art lesson pic.twitter.com/aFNqHaz1R9

31/01/24

Exciting learning in the Nursery pic.twitter.com/RTEjNcetRO

31/01/24

Investigating with magnets in Reception class pic.twitter.com/5okyDYtPIl

31/01/24

Year 1 using ‘fingers’ to help calculate subtractions pic.twitter.com/59jL79Awgk

31/01/24

Even Super Heroes make notes! pic.twitter.com/oNOuSaccOw

31/01/24

Thank you Year 6 for being responsible citizens pic.twitter.com/F2RZYCl9Zv

31/01/24

Year 4 investigating and measuring how far they can hear the drumming pic.twitter.com/INGA1R1Gyn

31/01/24

Responsible Citizens/Peckham Citizens pic.twitter.com/6smVIYG3NT

31/01/24

Year 5 are really enjoying their 1:1 Mandarin sessions! pic.twitter.com/0lnqEBe5bQ

28/01/24

Parent drop-in session for maths, in nursery. pic.twitter.com/zSmFOnmXWn

25/01/24

Year 4 Kung Fu workshop to celebrate the coming Chinese New Year pic.twitter.com/zGv1eetyIC

19/01/24

Year 1 are checking out Piet Mondrian’s work, before heading back to Peckham to paint their own. pic.twitter.com/5OSWZiqShW

16/01/24

A wonderful day with Lord Harris at Westminster Abbey pic.twitter.com/3lKI1or2Ln

16/01/24

Year 4 learning the violin thanks to Southwark Music Trust! pic.twitter.com/XlrUCdu4gL

04/01/24

Thank you for all your generous donations. You have made Christmas very special for HPAPP for the gift bags, for the Christmas Lunch for food packages, Lord Harris and friends for the new coats. 🍀 pic.twitter.com/q8dpvyN4Hb

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Physical, Social and Health Education

Our PSHEC curriculum aims to provide children with knowledge and skills in 3 areas: 

Health and wellbeing 

Relationships 

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Intent: Introduction, Vision and Philosophy. 
The purpose of this document is to clarify the how, why, and what of PSHE teaching at our Academy. This is to be used by staff to clarify expectations, highlight the resources that we have at our disposal, and to ensure that a high-quality PSHE curriculum is being taught to all.  

Within PSHE, we want our children to learn about themselves as developing individuals and as members of their communities, building on their own experiences and on the Early Learning Goals for personal, social and emotional development within the EYFS. To achieve this they will learn the basic rules and skills for keeping themselves healthy and safe and for behaving well. They have opportunities to show that they can take some responsibility for themselves and their environment. They will begin to learn about their own and other people's feelings and become aware of the views, needs and rights of other children and other people. As members of a class and school community they will learn social skills, such as how to share, take turns, play, help others, resolve simple arguments and identify bullying. They will begin to take an active part in the life of their school and the wider community. 

As they mature and develop during key stage 2, they will learn about themselves as growing and changing individuals with their own experiences and ideas, and as members of their communities.  They learn about the wider world and the interdependence of communities within it. They develop their sense of social justice and moral responsibility and begin to understand that their own choices and behaviour can affect local, national or global issues and political and social institutions. They learn how to take part more fully in school and community activities. As they begin to develop into young adults, they face the changes of puberty and transfer to secondary school with support and encouragement from the school. They learn how to make more confident and informed choices about their health and environment; to take more responsibility, individually and as a group, and for their own learning. 
 

 
Implementation:  
What does PSHE look like? 

Overview: 

We follow Federation scheme of work which has been developed collaboratively with the PSHE Association guidelines at its heart 

As well as following the PSHE curriculum, the school supports a variety of charity fundraising days, each with a special assembly planned to promote awareness of helping the wider community and the role of charities in supporting those in need.  

The units taught are as follows: 

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Impact 

Evidence and Assessment 

Pupils have the opportunity to record their learning in a variety of ways, which is recorded within an end of unit video.  Evidence of the learning is dependent on the lesson outcome, year group and the knowledge and skills being developed.  This can be in the form of: extended writing, photographs of practical activities, tables and charts,  speech bubble comments relating the learning. 

Subject leaders will conduct learning walks and pupil interviews to measure the impact of our teaching, based on how much children can remember. 

Subject leaders will meet with their counterparts from our other cluster schools half termly and will moderate the planning, work and monitoring outcomes from their setting to ensure that standards are exceeding the expectations of the National Curriculum. 

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