At St Augustine’s, we believe our children’s well-being and social/emotional development is of great importance. Throughout our PSCHE (Personal, Social, Citizenship, Health and Economic) lessons, we aim to help our pupils to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to manage life's challenges and make the most of life's opportunities in a safe and informed manner. In order to achieve this, we have personalised our PSCHE curriculum to include different areas we feel are key for our children to learn about. The areas covered are:
- Health and Wellbeing
- Knowledge and Understanding of the World
- Character Resilience
- Culture and Diversity
- Current/Topical Issues and Pupil Concerns
PSCHE - Long Term Plan
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Please click on the links below to find Home Learning resources linked to our curriculum.
Home Learning - Network Rail
Due to the very high level of trespassing on the tracks by young people in our local area, Network Rail in partnership with Learn Live are working to help raise awareness to students across the UK educating them about the dangers train tracks can pose through interactive digital delivery.
Please see below links provided from Learn Live in regards to the above. Please share these with the children to allow them to become more aware of the risks involved with train tracks and the importance of keeping safe near them before returning to school.
Please enter the following email on the websites in order to access the video content: firstname.lastname@example.org
Primary school version: Age 7- 11
Secondary school version: Age 11-16
College version: Age 17 plus
- Please note these are the recommended age ranges, we would always advise you to view the clips first to gauge suitability for your class.
- The session is less than 15 minutes and explains why it is important to stay safe near the tracks.
- Over 1 million students, parents and teachers from across the UK have significantly decreased the number of trespasses in their area through watching the safety clip.
Here are some links which you may find useful:
These are some lovely wellbeing resources which focus on a different area each day.
This website provides some ideas of ways to enhance wellbeing through educational activities.
Please see below for a short video message from our School Nurse Hub. They have some good advice to help us at anytime in our lives, not just a pandemic. Try and do the 5 steps they recommend everyday and see how you can impact your emotional health in a good way.