Category Archives: PHSE

Anti-Bullying Week in Year 3

During Anti-Bullying week, Year 3 have spent time finding out more about the different forms of bullying  by role playing different scenarios and thinking about the feelings of others.

Bullying is something that can hurt you on the inside or on the outside. It hurts you on the outside by hitting you and hurting you physically. It hurts you on the inside by name calling or hurting your feelings.

Bullying is done on purpose, it’s not an accident. If someone hurts you during a game by accident that is not bullying, but if every time you played a game they hurt you, or your feelings that would be bullying.

It can aim to hurt a group of people or just one person and can be done by a group or just one person. Bullying happens more than once. Nobody deserves to be bullied. EVER

After exploring different scenarios, Year 3 discussed what a good friend would do / should be like. Have a look at our ideas on display in our classroom.

Health and Wellbeing Pupil Voice

The children were asked how, at St. Clement’s Academy, we support and teach positive Health and Wellbeing.

“You can do Yoga to calm yourself down and relax your mind.” Musab Year 4

“The ‘Time Out’ slips help us a share how we feel – if we can’t tell an adult.” Redwan Year 5

“Mindfulness colouring helps us to relax. ” Lyla Year 5

” I have learnt how to take care of my body.” Poppy Year 6

“There is always someone to talk to when you have a problem.” Mohamed Adam Year 6

“There is always help.” Isa Year 6

“If you struggle with your work or worries the teachers will listen to you and help you.” Sumaya A Year 4

“We are taught how to treat ourselves and respect ourselves.” Selah Year 5

“Calm time before PSHE helps us to focus ion our learning and clear our minds.” Kiana Year 5

We are listened to.” Annayah Year 5

“The School Nurse comes in and teaches us how to treat our body and minds in the right way.” Aneesa Year 4

 

St. Clement’s 1:1 Mentoring – Parent Voice

Just some feedback on the extra friendship sessions that were being conducted with my children.  I have found that this is really helped them in terms of social skills, how to develop and maintain a friendship properly in school time.  The activities completed in the session hake them think about how to behave and deal with situations and more importantly think before acting!

Thanks, Mum

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My child has had mentoring sessions to cover how to interact with others both at home and in school.  They have helped with behaviour at home and interactions with her younger sibling. It has helped in school as well as in the classroom she is calmer, and allows the teacher time to deal with arising situations.

Mum

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1:1 sessions have helped improve our child’s overall attitude towards others especially at home.  We are thankful for the time spent talking with her and giving her techniques that seem to be helping.

Mum and Dad

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St. Clement’s Jigsaw Pupil Voice

I have enjoyed Jigsaw this half term.  I have really enjoyed learning about growing up and how we have changed since we were a baby.

Amelia – Year 1

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Friendship, I have enjoyed learning about different friendship groups and how to be a good friend.

Elijah – Year 1

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I have enjoyed the topic feeling.  I liked how we found out about how each individual has different feelings and how we can deal with them.

Sara – Year 2

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Growing Up, I have enjoyed learning about how we change as we grow up and how we change from when we were a baby to who we are now.

Mustafa – Year 2

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I enjoyed learning about different relationships and how e can make different friends as we grow older and how to keep those friendships.

Isaiah – Year 3

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I have enjoyed learning about different relationships and meeting new people.  About making new friends and I enjoy Jigsaw and how we learn about different things.

Luliyana – Year 3

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I have enjoyed learning the topic Feelings.  How we can express or feelings to our loved ones and how we go through different feelings all the time.

Ramesah – Year 4

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I enjoyed learning about Change and how we have changed from when we were babies to how we look now and how we mature.

Codie – Year 4

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I enjoyed learning about different cultures and knowing what other people around the world believe in and how it is different to us.

Kiana – Year 5

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I enjoyed learning about different relationships and how we can make friends from a young age and as years go on the friendship grows stronger

Lyla – Year 5

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I enjoyed learning about differences and how it’s good to be different.  If we were all the same it would be a boring world.  I also enjoyed learning about other people’s cultures.

Zaara – Year 6

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I have enjoyed learning about how to keep ourselves safe and also enjoyed learning about other people’s cultures and how they do things differently.

Kamille – Year 6

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Jigsaw – Year 2

Changing me
05/07/18
Shared ‘The jigsaw charter’ with the children to reinforce how we work together.
Calm me
At the beginning of every jigsaw lesson we help our minds calm down so that we are ready to learn.
Circle time with Jigsaw Jo in a circle. Jigsaw Jo is holding s feely bag (the bag contains: pebbles, sandpaper, play doh, pine cone and a plastic dinosaur toy). Asked a child to come and feel an object and asked them to describe it e.g smooth, rough, spiky, soft etc., and asked them to say whether they like the feel or not. Then I asked a few other children to do the same and asked them how it feels to the person holding it. Made the point that we may or may not like the feel of something and it is good to be able to say what we think.

Jigsaw – Year 1

Changing me
Shared ‘The jigsaw charter’ with the children to reinforce how we work together.
Calm me
At the beginning of every jigsaw lesson we help our minds calm down so that we are ready to learn.
Shared the picture cards with children: baby lying down, a baby crawling, a toddler walking, a five year old running, a ten year old skipping. In groups, I asked the children to place them in sequence. I reinforced the learning that as we physically grow we also do more things.
On Flipchart, I drew the stem and on centre of a flower. Added one petal and stick the first picture (baby) into it. Drew the second petal and asked the children which picture should go in next (baby crawling). Continued until the flower is complete, helping children to understand that every time we learn something new we add a little bit onto ourselves, like adding a petal to a flower.

Jigsaw – Year 4

Shared ‘The jigsaw charter’ with the children to reinforce how we work together.
Calm me
At the beginning of every jigsaw lesson we help our minds calm down so that we are ready to learn.
Working in groups of four the children agreed on four changes they are looking forward to when they go to year 5. On their spinning top cube template, they wrote changes on the four sides of the cube. This was then cut out and made into a spinning top using a pencil as the spindle.

Jigsaw – Year 3

Shared ‘The jigsaw charter’ with the children to reinforce how we work together.
Calm me
At the beginning of every jigsaw lesson we help our minds calm down so that we are ready to learn.
Working in groups of four the children agreed on four changes they are looking forward to when they go to year 4. On their spinning top cube template, they wrote changes on the four sides of the cube. This was then cut out and made into a spinning top using a pencil as the spindle.

Jigsaw – Year 6

Shared ‘The jigsaw charter’ with the children to reinforce how we work together.
Calm me
At the beginning of every jigsaw lesson we help our minds calm down so that we are ready to learn.
Working in groups of four the children agreed on four changes they are looking forward to when they go to secondary school On their spinning top cube template, they wrote changes on the four sides of the cube. This was then cut out and made into a spinning top using a pencil as the spindle.