P.S.H.E./R.S.E. Co-ordinator – Mrs Weston
P.S.H.E. Link Governor – Mrs J. Colclough
Intent, Implementation and Impact Statement
Statutory guidance in P.S.H.E.
Watch our Powerpoint presentation explaining statutory guidance in Personal, Social and Health Education (P.S.H.E.)
Guide for Parents
Letter to Parents
Frequently Asked Questions
Thank you to all the parents, family members that have already volunteered to come into school to speak to the children about their professions. The children have really been enjoying learning about the different roles. We have already had visits from a Film Maker, Train Driver, Speech Therapist, Occupational Therapist and a Olympic, Mountain bike stunt rider!
It is our intention to plan further visits in order to inspire our pupils to think of the opportunities open to them. We hope that these talks will help to inspire the children, and to believe that anything is possible.
We had a police officer come in and I want to be a police officer when I grow up. – Oscar, Reception
The Occupational Therapist was interesting, I hadn’t heard of that before. We learnt about the occuptional needs of people and how to help them. – Jack Y5
I enjoyed the role play with the Occupational Therapist, I pretended I could only use one arm. It was good listening all about how they help people. I would like to help people when I grow up too. – Emily Y5
Danny Butler: a mountain bike stunt rider
Danny inspired me with his amazing stunt tricks. He told us to eat healthily, sleep well and that practise makes perfect. – Ben Y3
Danny inspired me to get off my devices and exercise more. – Ginny Y4
Danny made me realise I can be anything I want to be! – Gracies Y5
Mr Lane: a train driver
I really liked it when he talked about fast trains. I want to be a train driver when I grow up. – Fletcher Y3
John Williams: a film maker
The film maker made me want to make films when I grow up. – Amelia Y1
He inspired me to do what I enjoy and never give up. – Hugo Y6
Liz Parkes: our speech therapist
She inspired me because I know how it feels to stutter. I want to help people in need when I grow up. – Emily Y5