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Hatherleigh Community Primary School Caring about learning and learning to care

P.S.H.E

Personal, social and health education (PSHE) enables pupils to become effective learners and supports them as they move from childhood through adolescence to become independent young people and effective citizens.

As a school we follow the Scarf programme which is part of Coram Life Education.

 

At Hatherleigh school we aim to:

* Provide a safe and secure environment where children are seen as individuals, taking responsibility for themselves and others.

* Make learning stimulating and to foster a love of learning through delivering a rich curriculum.

* Have successful integration of all children.

* Provide a happy and supportive learning environment.

* Encourage each child to reach their full potential whilst developing tolerance and respect for all.

* Provide opportunities for children to choose enriching experiences and have fun whilst learning new skills.

* Ensure that all areas of the school are accessible.

What is happening in school:

Designing a School Eco Warrior logo.

Ethan
Logos from some of Chestnuts
Dolcie
Maisie
Alicia-Rose
Isla and Renee
Vanesa
Anya
Jude
Zoe
Imogen
Charlie
Dee
Holly
William C
Anya
Allanah
Bodhi
Emily S
Harry J
Kacey
Livvy
Meely
Rowan
William C
Barney
Hugo
Josh
Tyler
Flo
Molly
Faye
Amelie
Rio
Daniel

Fairtrade fortnight

Chestnuts made Fairtrade gingerbread men
Chestnuts made Fairtrade gingerbread men
Chestnuts made Fairtrade gingerbread men
Chestnuts made Fairtrade gingerbread men
Where are Fairtrade foods grown?
Poplars located where Fairtrade foods come from.
Wiilows made pancakes with fairtrade toppings
Co-op milk that supports British dairy farmers
Fairtrade chocolate
Fairtrade sugar

CAP UK assembly. Be Safe, Be Strong. Be Free.

Be Safe
Be Strong.
Be Free.
Tooth brushing
Crossing patrol visitor
Road safety week
Road safety week
Odd socks for anti bullying week
Circle time
Mental Health display
School council
British values
Healthy eating

Willows had a fire talk from Bideford Fire Fighters.

Firefighters from Bideford fire station came into school to talk to Willows (Y2) about fire safety. Willows really enjoyed the talk and learnt lots.

Stay low!
We especially enjoyed dressing up in the costumes!

Year 2's business venture this year was to help raise money to go towards their trip to the beach. They tasted biscuits, conducted a survey about children's favourite biscuits then baked and sold them in the play ground. They also made cards, inspired by the Seaside, as part of their ICT lessons which they also sold.

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