At Allerton CE Primary School it is our aim for pupils to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding they need to lead confident, healthy, independent lives and to become informed, active and responsible citizens. We provide children with a wealth of opportunities in order to reach this aim and are passionate about the happiness, health and wellbeing of our pupils. Our curriculum has these principles at the core of our curriculum offer.
Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) and citizenship offers planned learning opportunities to:
- explore values, attitudes and beliefs
- develop knowledge and understanding
- develop a range of skills such as decision-making; problem-solving; communication; inter-personal skills; and how to cope with peer pressure and bullying
- develop the social and emotional aspects of learning: Self-awareness; Managing feelings; Empathy; Motivation and Social skills
- reflect on current life experiences and prepare for the future.
Relationships and Health Education in LKS2
Support for Parents
Child Friendly Anti bullying policy
Healthy Schools Report
We are proud to share our Healthy Schools Report with our community. Thank you to all our ACE community for supporting us to love, learn and flourish.
'The school’s calm, friendly atmosphere is obvious as you enter the school. Everyone is welcoming. The school is very much about everyone and is pupil-focused and inclusive. Everyone feels safe and adults and pupils genuinely care for each other. Relationships are clearly very strong. Staff have fostered a fantastic team ethos, are very supportive of each other, friendly, happy, approachable and know their pupils and families well, which ensures everyone feels valued.'
H. Lorde Heathy Schools Leeds, Health and Wellbeing Service
Quotes from H Lorde:
"SEMH is the vein which runs through everything this school does, both in the classroom and out into its community."
"The arts are strong in this school. There are close links made between the arts and SEMH which gives pupils another opportunity to open up and talk to staff and their peers."
"The thematic way in which PSHE is threaded through the curriculum means it makes sense to the pupils and helps them apply their learning to real life."
"My favourite part is how the teachers include everyone and be the best they can be (the teachers) to put friends together and enjoy our time at school.”
“It’s the respect value that comes out all the time.”
“It’s relational whichever way you look at it; fostering all the relationships, they want to be good and open. They have a really strong set of values.”