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LEARN4LIFE (PSHE)

Children, come along and join us for our morning well-being sessions.

It really sets you up for the day.

 

Morning Health & Well-Being Sessions:

School Hall 8.40-8.55am

 

 

Activity:

Teacher:

Tuesday

Mindful Movements

Mrs Harris

Wednesday

Cosmic Yoga

Mrs Morris

Thursday

Just Dance 

Miss Denning

Friday

The Magic Mile*

Mr Spicer

*On the KS2 playground unless wet weather, then moves to the hall.

 

 

 

 

Learn4Life  (PSHEE)  


PSHEE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) encompasses all areas designed to promote childrens personal, social, health and economic development. It gives children the knowledge, skills and understanding that they need to stay healthy and safe, develop worthwhile relationships, respect differences, develop independence and responsibility, and make the most of their own abilities and those of others.

 

Learn4Life

We use the Wiltshire Learn4Life scheme which provides the children with a wide range of activities and resources to support their learning.
 

Learn4Life was written by Wiltshire teachers for Wiltshire teachers. It is a complete scheme of work for years 1 to 6, which is designed to integrate the SEAL emotional literacy materials with the wider aspects of the PSHEE Education curriculum. 

 

SEAL helps children to develop self-awareness, motivation, social skills and managing their feelings.

 

These skills will help our children to become better learners, get on better with other people and be responsible citizens. They are part of every area of life.

 

Our ethos and PSHEE curriculum ensure that we meet the 5 strands of Every Child Matters which states that every child has the right to: Be Healthy, Stay Safe, Enjoy ad Achieve, Make a Positive Contribution, and Achieve Economic Well-being.
 

Aims of PSHEE Education at Corsham Regis Primary Academy.

Our school mission statement reflects what we hope to achieve in PSHEE.

 

We want our children to develop self- awareness, positive self-esteem and confidence, enabling them to:

stay as healthy as possible

Keep themselves and others safe

have worthwhile and fulfilling relationships

respect the differences between people

develop independence and responsibility

play an active role as members of a democratic society

make the most of their own abilities and those of others

behave in a socially and morally acceptable way including towards authority and each other

to become involved in the life of their community

to know about democracy and how to be an active citizens

to know about economic wellbeing.

 

We want our children to:

 

value the achievements they make, and the achievements of others

 

make informed choices about dealing with risks and meeting challenges now and in the future.

 

decide on values by which they want to live their lives.
 

Our school curriculum and ethos promotes spiritual, moral, social and cultural development and prepares all pupils for the opportunities and responsibilities within their lives. 

 

 

 

 

Mindful Movements

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Crystal class practising Mindfulness:
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Mindfulness

We use Mindfulness to support our children's learning and well being. Madame Price and I have completed a Mindfulness Based Living Course and applying what we have learnt to the school setting. Twice a week children gather before register to practise Mindful Movements and some staff are using it to transition between learning and playtimes or as a focusing exercise in the classroom.

Sarah Harris

Corsham Regis Primary Learn4Life Leader and Mental Health Champion

 

Circle Time

 

Circle Times are part of every Learn4Life lesson and are used to improve our understanding.of each others emotions.

They are a favourite activity at Corsham Regis. children say:

" You get to say what you think about your life and people listen."

I like Circle Time because you don't have to stick with one person's ideas, you all get to share what you are feeling and you get to say your point of view."

I like it because you get to know what other people are thinking not just your own ideas. So if they are sad you get to know and can cheer them up."

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Golden Time:

Golden Time is our reward for following the Golden Rules, it is great way for children and staff to have fun together...

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Mindfulness

Over the year we have been looking at some Mindfulness techniques to help us relax and to prepare us for learning. During the Spring Term teachers spent time with their classes learning the first 3 mindful movements from Thich Nant Hanh (leading Mindfulness teacher). Now we are meeting twice a week in the hall for any children or staff who want to do the movements together. It is a fantastic way to start the day.smiley

Our whole school Anti Bullying display

Our whole school Anti Bullying display 1

Our Gifted and Talented artists created beautiful watercolours to help promote the Golden Rules:

Our Gifted and Talented artists created beautiful watercolours to help promote the Golden Rules: 1
Our Gifted and Talented artists created beautiful watercolours to help promote the Golden Rules: 2

WE raised £242.16 for Wear it Pink! And had lots of fun!

WE raised £242.16 for Wear it Pink! And had lots of fun! 1

In Learn4Life this term we thought about how to measure our emotions words on a spectrum:

In Learn4Life this term we thought about how to measure our emotions words on a spectrum: 1

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Please click to view 1 Regis joined the National Campaign
Please click to view 2 At lunchtime we may be lucky and be on the Special
Please click to view 3 How to be a good friend
Please click to view 4 Red Nose Day
Please click to view 5 The Giant Walking Bus
Please click to view 6 Martin Luther King
Please click to view 7 Martin Luther King
Please click to view 8 Martin Luther King