PSHE

Intent 

Our intention is that when children leave At Brooke Primary Academy, we want our children to develop the knowledge, understanding and emotions to become healthy, independent and responsible members of society and be ready to become global citizens. 

We want our children to have high aspirations, belief in themselves and the realisation that anything is possible if they put their mind to it.  

We want our pupils to: 

  • Develop a confidence in sharing their own thoughts and opinions with others 
  • Develop skills and attributes to keep themselves healthy and safe 
  • Develop an attitude of a responsible global citizen 
  • To show tolerance of others beliefs, religions and life choices
  • To build positive, respectful relationships with other people 

 

Implementation 

How do we deliver PSHE at Brooke Primary Academy? 

  • All pupils have a weekly PSHE lesson. 
  • Schools uses the Jigsaw PHSE scheme from Nursery to Year 6 so that all pupils cover the same themes throughout the year thus ensuring continuity and progression that builds upon existing skills. The themes covered are: 

Autumn 1:  Being Me in my World     Autumn 2:  Celebrating Difference  

Spring 1:  Dreams and Goals                Spring 2:     Healthy Me 

Summer 1:  Relationships                    Summer 2:  Changing Me 

  • Visitors such as emergency services and the school nurse complement our PSHE curriculum to offer additional learning. 
  • Assemblies are planned to cover any additional sessions that would benefit the whole school. 
  • To provide a clear and comprehensive PSHE scheme which is in line with the National Curriculum. The scheme of work covers areas such as:  

Families  

Relationships (including bullying) 

Safety (including e-safety) 

Emotional health  

Healthy eating and exercise  

Growing up  

British values and citizenship  

 

Impact 

When children leave Brooke we want them to: 

  • Be happyhealthy and responsible members of society 
  • Demonstrate a healthy outlook towards school life  
  • Demonstrate and apply British values  
  • Have the foundations for their journey in life and work in modern Britain 

Further information and resources

  • Long Term plan

What is your favourite subject and why? -
"I love P.E. because I am a real sports person and enjoy being creative."

Pupil Voice

What is your favourite subject and why? -
"Maths because I love numbers and adding."

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What is your favourite subject and why?
"Art because it calms me down and it’s great fun."

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What is your favourite subject and why?
"English because I love writing stories and poems."

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What is your favourite subject and why?
"Topic and Art are my favourite lessons because they push me to my limits and are fun."

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What is your favourite subject and why?
"Art because I like drawing and sometimes my work goes on the wall."

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What is the best thing you have done in school?
"I love the school trips and when we go to the church to sing."

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What is the best thing you have done in school?
"I enjoy the school trips to the museum so I can learn."

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What is the best thing you have done in school?
"I really enjoy playing for the school football team."

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What is the best thing you have done in school?
"Everything. I enjoy every single second of school."

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What is the best thing you have done in school?
"The best thing I’ve done at school was going to William’s Den and building my own den."

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What do you like about the teachers?
"They tell jokes and help us learn."

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What do you like about the teachers?
"They are helpful and kind."

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What do you like about the teachers?
"They make me feel safe."

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What would you say to a child who is worried about joining this school?
"We will look after you and help you."

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