United in our approach to Emotional Health and Well-being
Please take a peek at our amazing Emotional Health and Well-being displays.
Come on in and have a cuppa...
Reception were proud to welcome parents into school on Friday 26th May to celebrate their learning and host a coffee morning. They used their knowledge of money learnt that very week! Children bought and sold homemade biscuits, cakes and worry dolls. Our worry dolls were a key theme to Emotional Health and Well-being week and reflected how important it is to share emotions. As a class we decided to donate our proceeds to 'Millie's Trust' and we have now paid for one parent to be trained in first aid. Thank you to all who supported us, it was wonderful as always to see you in school.
Emotional Health and Well-being Week
Across school we talked about our Emotional Health and Well-being. This included sharing how we feel, who we can talk to and how our approach to learning can have an impact on our health. As a school we continue to challenge ourselves therefore having a growth mindset is vital to our perseverance, resilience and progression. To celebrate our unity in this subject our displays around school will mirror this theme. Remember to take a look at, pictures are soon to follow!
Walls of kindness
Well done to children in 4G who have been recording acts of kindness! Here are a few examples of what the children have written.
Thank you to the NSPCC who came into school this week to talk about being Share Aware. All children enjoyed assemblies and understand who to talk to if necessary. The NSPCC also did workshops with 5C, 5/6B and 5/6K.
Thank you to Young Carers who chatted to us about what they do and their services in an assembly this week. It was great to have you in school. If you would like more information on the support they can offer to our children and families please follow the link below.
Emotional Health and Well-being
The Emotional Health and Well-being of staff and pupils is central to Padiham Primary's ethos.
On the 22nd May we will be focusing on Emotional Health and Well-being across school. We will be looking at growth mindset, discussing who we can talk to and sharing ways we can find support.
Reception had a wonderful time on Friday afternoon with their friends from 4G. They shared games on how to be a good friend, read books and explored magnets. Have a little look at what they got up to!
Please find below the NSPCC share aware guide for parents and a link to Parent Zone. Here you will find some superb advice on how to keep your children safe online.
Welcome to our Personal, Social and Health page (PSHE). Here you will find the frameworks which we follow within school and up to date links and information.
If you have any queries with regards to PSHE please come and chat to me,
Miss Rebecca Wilson
In PSHE we follow the Lancashire 'Live well, learn well' scheme combined with the PSHE Associations framework.