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PSHE

PSHE Statement of Intent

At Simms Cross Primary School, we encourage our pupils to play an active and positive role in contributing to the life of the school and its wider community. Through doing this, we help develop children’s independence, responsibility and help create a strong sense of self-worth.  

Through the PSHE curriculum, the pupils of Simms Cross Primary School are provided with opportunities to enhance their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development through: cooperation, communication, evaluation, reflection, decision making and managing their emotions. The children learn about their human rights (through UNICEF’s ‘Children’s Rights’ articles) and engage with issues of diversity, identity and equality through exploration of similarities and differences between people and their experiences, and the discussion of social and moral dilemmas. 

At Simms Cross Primary School, we believe the role of PSHE is significant to individual pupil motivation and achievement; it teaches children to know and understand what constitutes a healthy lifestyle; be confident, independent and responsible members of the school community; and to develop good relationships with other members of the school and the wider community.

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As it is Healthy Eating Week, Year 1/2 have been identifying healthy and unhealthy foods. We have added different food to create a healthy and unhealthy lunchbox🍎🍇🍫 #SimmsCrossPSHE

In PSHE, we have been exploring different emotions. Can you guess the emotions we are demonstrating in the pictures?🤔 #SimmsCrossPSHE

Well done to our Year 5 golden tie and postcard winners for last week! We are so proud of you!#SimmsCrossPSHE

Y6 Golden Tie and postcard winners for last week. Hardworking, helpful and respectful - well done all of you.
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Kristi aha has done a picture of nature...using nature for our #30DaysWild #SimmsCrossPshe

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Curriculum Pages

Nursery children celebrate book of the week
Children playing in games session
Child dressed up for national book day
Children cooking together