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11/05/21

🌿🌳Competition Time! This week is and our School Council would like to invite you to get close to nature and take part in a nature inspired photography . Have a look on our website for more information 📸 https://t.co/CrFVtPwut1

11/05/21

Retweetd From Mental Health Fdn

‘Connectedness’ refers to the way we relate to & experience nature. 💚A strong connection with nature means feeling a close relationship or an emotional attachment to our natural surroundings. Learn more: https://t.co/RWCZd4qS0C

10/05/21

🌈Take part in this amazing competition run by and write a story or a poem that makes people want to take action and help protect ‘Our Planet Now’. Closing date: 26.5.21. See below for more information. https://t.co/ZdGkbNgC9u

10/05/21

🌈Look at these amazing plates of rainbow fruit and vegetables sent in by Alijah and Evie. They both took part in one of the Reception home learning challenges and tried something new! Well done both of you, it looks delicious 🙌 https://t.co/dTi3PrdCuQ

10/05/21

🌈This week is . Throughout the week, the children will be connecting with nature in lots of different ways to support their mental health and well-being. Watch this space for more information about how you can get involved too! 💚 https://t.co/nPrFot8dd5

08/05/21

Retweetd From Harris Primary Academy Crystal Palace

🌈Well-being Wednesday: Next week we will be celebrating . The theme this year is ‘Nature’. We can’t wait to and spend time together, developing our well-being garden. 🌳🌸🌻🦋🐝🐞🌿🐌 https://t.co/6bGahu106K https://t.co/mf4ZE5pX3u

06/05/21

Y1 had great fun outside for their adventure learning session. They used the forest school area to explore structures. https://t.co/nXjXGfGNIK

06/05/21

This week Y2 had a great Adventure learning session in our forest school area. We learnt about forces and used natural materials to build structures. https://t.co/OOMJZ2DJvS

06/05/21

🌈Well-being Wednesday: Next week we will be celebrating . The theme this year is ‘Nature’. We can’t wait to and spend time together, developing our well-being garden. 🌳🌸🌻🦋🐝🐞🌿🐌 https://t.co/6bGahu106K https://t.co/mf4ZE5pX3u

06/05/21

Retweetd From Mental Health Fdn

📢 10-16 May 2021 is fast approaching 🌳 👉Find out more about why we picked 'Nature' as our theme and how you can get involved: https://t.co/tpVlFj8Oiz https://t.co/Ui1kOQ4nCa

04/05/21

Y2 went into the Forest School area on Friday to count mini beasts as an introduction to our micro habitat topic. We then drew a graph to record our data. https://t.co/rEw5g0O90M

04/05/21

Y2 have started learning about position and direction. Today we danced to the Cha Cha slide and went outside to follow directions. https://t.co/3gvNGsVGGa

02/05/21

🌈Meaningful May: Focussing on the things that matter. Check out the new calendar and have a wonderful start to the month of May. Enjoy the BH weekend ☀️ https://t.co/zMZK4RKylx

01/05/21

🙌Well done to everyone across the school, including the members of staff, who walked/ran 5 laps of our school field for . A special shout out to the School Council reps who helped the children in EYFS stay on track🤣 https://t.co/UHQNWoSRGb

01/05/21

Our after school activities are back! Arrows Archery is just one of the clubs our pupils are able to enjoy. https://t.co/8iVLHeciLv

29/04/21

🐥Chick Update: The children in Reception welcomed four little chicks today. They were all absolutely fascinated by them! 🐣 We can’t wait to see what tomorrow brings... https://t.co/4OdkkmNpOA

29/04/21

These would be amazing for our Academy. What amazing books 📚 and a generous offer 🙌

29/04/21

Retweetd From Serena Patel

I’ve had some amazing pieces of news this week and would like to send something good back out into the universe. So I’d like to offer 2 schools a brilliantly diverse book bundle with the help of who have helped to put the selection together and will send out. 1/2 https://t.co/hTBpfYSrxy

28/04/21

This half term, we are looking at sculptures. Today in Art, year 3 used clay to shape pots. They created the spiral base of the pot and then used rolled clay to create a three tiered pot. These will be painted next week. https://t.co/l22CGr2Vex

28/04/21

🐥Chick Watch: Eeeeek! Mrs Naranjo and Miss Timehin were really lucky to see the first chick hatch tonight and took some photos to share with you all 🐣. We’re going to have some very excited children (and staff 😬) in the morning 🙌🥳🥰 https://t.co/IAzomRU0s8

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PSHE and Relationships

“Look at situations from all angles, and you will become more open”
Dalai Lama


What is the intention of the KS1 and KS2 Personal, Social and Health, Economic and Relationships Curriculum?

The Harris Federation acknowledges that pupils are growing up in an increasingly complex world were many people live their lives seamlessly on and offline. This presents many positive and exciting opportunities, but also challenges and risks. In this environment, pupils need to know how to be safe and healthy, and how to manage their academic, personal and social lives in a positive way.

In our primary academies, PSHE will put in place the key building blocks of healthy, respectful relationships, focusing on family and friendships, both on and offline. This will sit alongside the essential understanding of how to be healthy emotionally, physically and mentally.

Teaching on mental wellbeing is central to ensuring that pupils are well prepared for the challenges which lay ahead in their lives. PSHE teaching will our pupils the knowledge and capability to take care of themselves and to know how to get support if problems arise.

The wider aim of this subject is to help foster pupil wellbeing and develop resilience and virtues that are fundamental to pupils being happy, successful and productive members of society. Central to this is pupils’ ability to believe that they can achieve goals, both academic and personal; to stick to tasks that will help them achieve those goals, even when the reward may be distant or uncertain; and to bounce back from knocks and challenging periods in their lives.

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PSHE Curriculum 05th Nov 2019 Download
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