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This year PSHE week ran between 11th and 15th February. Pupils had the opportunity to engage in a range of sessions to enhance their understanding and to allow them to engage in active and engaging lessons. Below is a timetime of activities that pupils took part in.
Check below for more information, pictures and feedback from our fantastic week!
Young Person's Advisory Service delivered a session to KS2 & 3 pupils giving more information on Lesbian, Gay, Bi, Trans and Questioning (L.G.B.T.Q+). Pupils learnt in more detail about respecting others choices and gained information on how they can support themselves or others.
The pupils absolutely loved this drama session! Pupils were asked to think about their emotions and use dramatic themes to display different emotions.
Pupils then worked in pairs to create a short scene where they had recieved a letter which contained a certain surprise such as they had won the lotto or they had recieved some upsetting news.
Pupils engaged in a session in which they learnt about how dogs communicate their needs to humans. The pupils then completed group activities where they learnt about the amount of abandoned dogs there are in the UK and how we can help to reduce this.
The pupils were also invited to visit a dogs centre trust shelter to further their learning.
Pupils were involved in answering questions and sharing their own views on how to be a good friend and ways to prevent bullying within our school.
The pupils learnt more about cyberbullying and the effects it has on other people.
Mike Haine's whos brother David was murdered by ISIS in 2014 developed Global Acts of Unity so that something positive could come out of such a senseless act.
Mike delivered a session to pupils which helped them think about and discuss multiculturalism, terrorism, discrimination, diversity and British identity.