We have recently purchased a new PSHE scheme as an important part of our curriculum. This works alongside all of the important PSHE work that is imbedded within all areas of our curriculum.
As the Long Term Plan states, the Summer term is focussed on SRE, adapted and delivered to children in a completely age-appropriate way. This was discussed and shared with parents at our recent parent partnership meeting and has been shared with all parents electronically.
Our whole school debates
Last year, 3S led a whole school debate.
'Should animals be kept in captivity?'
After a great discussion led by 3S, the overwhelming vote was 'against'. Well done 3S!
This year Parliament Week focused on 100 years since women gained the right to vote. Some classes were so inspired that they wrote letters to our local MP Julia Lopez and went on 'Votes for Women' marches!
Also, a big thank you to Councillor Gillian Ford for visiting Scotts during Parliament Week.
Each term we celebrate 'Good to be Different Day', celebrating diversity within our school. Each term we have a different theme.
This term, our 'Good to be Different Day' was themed around Mental Health and the Disney film Inside Out. The film is set in the mind of a young girl called Riley where five personified emotions - Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust - try to lead her through life as she adjusts to big changes in her life.
Each year group was given a different emotion to focus on in class, which has raised even more of an awareness of Mental Health throughout the school.
Here is a photo of our fantastic GTBD display board.