Hello! I'm Mrs Smith, PSCHE and Healthy Schools  Co-ordinator at Woodsetts/Brook Federation. I am also the lead teacher for School Council, JRSO's (Junior Road Safety Officers) and SRE (Sex and Relationships Education) throughout school. In addition, I also am involved in the organisation of events that promote and support childrens' awareness of keeping safe and healthy.

Thanks to everyone's hard work last year, Healthy School's Week was again a tremendous success. We all loved it so much that it will be running again next year in July! Hopefully it will even bigger and even better!

School Council elections have taken place with the first meeting taking place on 2nd October. These will take place monthly on a Monday lunchtime.

Kind regards,

Mrs Smith 

 

 November 13th - 17th 2017 - Anti - Bullying Week and Mental Health Week. This will be a week dedicated to looking at aspects of Mental Health and preventing bullying within school. Your child will be bringing home a letter with information on about websites and potential ideas to support your childs mental health. Below is an overview of what each class will be covering.

Y1

Feelings

Y2

Working and playing together

Y3

Friendship

Y4

Dealing with feelings

Y5 Stereotypes, discrimination and prejudice - tackling homophobia Y6 Healthy minds

 

 School and Class Council 2017

At Anston Brook we are proud to have pupil representatives that take part in Class and School Council meetings. These councils take place so that pupils have a voice and are involved in decisions about the school that affect them. Through Class Council, all pupils have the opportunity to raise issues, share ideas and take part in discussions that involve all of their class in reaching a democratic solution. Issues that arise at Class Council will be passed on and discussed during School Council meetings, which will take place monthly. Class council officials will be nominated and then voted in by their class mates – they should not be chosen by their teachers. During the first meeting a Chairperson and Secretary will be appointed and they will lead the meetings. 

How will Class Council work?

  • An ‘agenda’ will be on the wall in each classroom.
  • Throughout the month, children will jot any issues, concerns, worries or ideas etc. that they wish to discuss at the class council meeting.
  • At the meeting the Chair will raise the first item on the agenda and invite the person who wrote it to explain their point of view.
  • The Chair then invites the rest of the class to discuss the matter and reach some sort of resolution.
  • The Secretary then makes a note of what has been decided in the minutes.
  • If the resolution can be reached by adjusting something in class or by speaking to a member of the leadership team, then it need not be taken to School Council.

School Council will then discuss the points raised and then decide on what further action needs to take place.

School Council - 2nd October - Areas for discussion -

Mental Health Week (Ideas to promote)

Is our school a healthy school? How could we improve it?

Tesco Bags for Life

Next meeting will take place on 9th November in Class 5.

 

 

PSHCE School Overview

Autumn 1

Autumn 2

Spring 1

Spring 2

Summer 1

Summer 2

Y1

The Caring School

Feelings, Friends and Friendship

Keeping Myself Safe

Focus on Special People

Keeping Healthy

Growing and Changing

Growing and Changing (continued)

The World of Drugs

SRE - Keeping Clean

SRE – Growing and Changing

SRE - Families and Care

Y2

The Caring School

Keeping Myself Safe

The World of Drugs

Me, My Community and My Environment

Focus on Outdoors

Feelings and Relationships

Feelings and Relationships

Growing and Changing

Healthy Life

SRE - Differences: Boys and Girls

SRE - Differences: Male and Female

SRE – Naming the Body Parts -

Y3

The Caring School

Feelings, Friends and Friendships

Loss, Separation and Relationships

Keeping Myself Safe

The World of Drugs

Global Citizenship – Human Needs, Human Rights

Rights and Responsibilities

My Healthy Body – Food and Healthy Eating

My Healthy Body – Taking Responsibility for my Healthy Lifestyle

SRE - Differences: Male and Female

SRE – Personal Space

SRE – Family Differences

Y4

The Caring School

Feelings, Friends and Friendship

Respecting the Differences Between People

How do Rules and Laws Affect Me?

My Healthy Body: Caring for my Body

The World of Drugs

Environmental Sustainability

Keeping Myself Safe

SRE – Growing and Changing

SRE – What is Puberty?

SRE – Puberty Changes and Reproduction

Y5

The Caring School

The World of Drugs

Lifestyles and Cultures

Political Literacy and Citizenship

Bullies – Bullying, Pressure and Risks

The Consequences of Inequality

Me and My Relationships – Focus on Memories

Growing Up – Relationships and Responsibilities of Puberty

SRE – Talking About Puberty

SRE - Male and Female Changes

SRE – Puberty and Hygiene

Y6

The Caring School

Growing Up – Responsibilities

Rollercoaster – The Ups and Downs of Puberty

SRE – Puberty and Reproduction

Global Citizenship

Global Difference and Diversity

Growing Up – Relationships

The World of Drugs

E-Safety: Multi Media Messaging

Money Management and Careers

Transition to Secondary School

SRE – Understanding and Communicating in Relationships

SRE – Conception and Pregnancy

 

 

  To view our PHSCE Policy please click on the image below.

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To view our SRE (Sex & Relationships Education) Policy please click on the image below.

 

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Woodsetts Primary School is part of White Woods Primary Academy Trust.  White Woods Primary Academy Trust is an exempt charity regulated by the Secretary of State for Education.  It is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (Company Number 8589470) whose registered office is at Whiston Worrygoose J&I School, Hall Close Avenue, Whiston, Rotherham , S60 4AG.

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