Personal, Social and Health Education
PSHE education is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepare for life and work in modern Britain.
Barming Primary School uses the following scheme of work to ensure clear coverage and impact for our children.
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Evidence shows that well-delivered PSHE programmes have an impact on both academic and non-academic outcomes for pupils, particularly the most vulnerable and disadvantaged.
We embrace and celebrate our differences through Diversity day and Multicultural days.
As a school we empower our children to be the very best citizens they can be by exploring Anti-Bullying ideas, Cyber-Bullying and Online Safety. This ensures our children our protected and they know how to support their friends.
Transition days support our children with life changes and enable them to cope with and embrace change. We provide opportunities for our children to work across age groups and across the school to learn key skills in cooperation, resilience, team building and communication.
How do we support others at Barming Primary School?
In our Harvest assembly we thought about how we can give to those who do not have enough to eat. At Barming, we have pledged to support a local charity, The Pilsdon at Malling. This charity provides an environment where people can rebuild their lives after experiencing a crisis, whether sudden or progressive. They offer a safe home for those working through many problems including depression, addiction or bereavement. They also welcome people who wish to find time to reflect on their lives before making a change in direction or just want time out to live as part of a Community.
The children then worked incredibly hard to collect boxes and fill them with yummy food so we can support others in their time of need.
Children In Need 2020
This year for Children in Need we joined in with Joe Wicks' 'Five to Thrive'.
Anti - Bullying Week 2020
This year the theme for anti-bullying week is 'United Against Bullying'.
On Monday 16th November, children wore odd socks to school to recognise that we are all different and that is ok.
Remember: We can all make a change by listening, by noticing and by working together to stop bullying.