At Harrington Hill Primary we choose to deliver Personal, Social, Health Education primarily through use of the Jigsaw programme.
Objectives/Pupil learning intentions:
Jigsaw PSHE will support the development of the skills, attitudes, values and behaviour, which enable pupils to:
- Have a sense of purpose
- Value self and others
- Form relationships
- Make and act on informed decisions
- Communicate effectively
- Work with others
- Respond to challenge
- Be an active partner in their own learning
- Be active citizens within the local community
- Explore issues related to living in a democratic society
- Become healthy and fulfilled individuals
Jigsaw covers all areas of PSHE for the primary phase, as the table below shows:
||Being Me in My World
||Includes understanding my place in the class, school and global community as well as devising Learning Charters
||Includes anti-bullying (cyber and homophobic bullying included) and diversity work
||Dreams and Goals
||Includes goal-setting, aspirations, working together to design and organise fund-raising events
||Includes drugs and alcohol education, self-esteem and confidence as well as healthy lifestyle choices
||Includes understanding friendship, family and other relationships, conflict resolution and communication skills
||Includes Sex and Relationship Education in the context of looking at change
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There are lots of PSHCE related lessons, activities and events going on at Harrington Hill – in fact PSHCE is interwoven into everything we do! However, here are just a few of the highlights!
In the Autumn Term, our Year 5 and Year 6 pupils participated in a thought provoking and challenging workshop run by Equaliteach. Throughout the session, the children discussed lots of issues relating to equality, diversity and inclusion and were encouraged to develop their critical thinking skills.
We celebrate the wonderful diversity that exists within Harrington Hill Primary and in our local community as a whole by holding an annual Diversity Week. During the week, we ask parents and carers to come in to school and share something of their culture with their child’s class. This includes cooking food, teaching games or sharing examples of traditional music. At the end of the week we have a flag fancy dress day when the children can come to school dressed up in the colours representing where they are from!
Spiritual Moral Social and Cultural Provision
‘Say No To Hate’ Workshop
Year 6 pupils take part in a ‘Say No To Hate’ workshop. The workshop is split into three sessions.
The first session explores prejudices and stereotypes and provides an introduction to hate speech and hate crime.
In the second workshop the children explore the differences between free speech and hate speech, the consequences of hate and what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour online and offline.
The final session is a creative opportunity for pupils to design their own t-shirt focused on key messages from the sessions and ideas for countering hate.
The workshops generates lots of interesting discussion and challenges our Year 6 pupils to think through some difficult issues.