Highfield Primary School

Consideration Aspiration Responsibility Enjoyment

Bridgenorth Avenue, Urmston, Manchester, M41 9PA

highfield.admin@trafford.gov.uk

0161 748 6096

PSHE

(Personal, Social, Health & Economic Education)

PSHE education forms a central role in the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our pupils. We make regular time within the curriculum to teach discrete PSHE lessons as well as holding informal sessions such as circle time when the need arises and holding special themed weeks or days such as Friendship Week, Internet Safety Day, Black History Month and Diversity Week.

Our PSHE programme of study has been created with the needs of our pupils in mind and as a result of staff and parent consultation. We have followed the guidance of the DfE and the PSHE Association to plan a spiral curriculum covering three main themes: Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Living in the Wider World.

You can download an overview of our PSHE curriculum here

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PSHE on display around school including our CARE motto.

Our school motto is

Consideration   Aspiration     Responsibility     Enjoyment

 

Each classroom has a CARE motto display which children and staff contribute to throughout the week. These are then saved in a class book for children to  easily refer to.

Diversity week 2018

All classes celebrated 'Diversity week' in 2018. Throughout the week the children took part in lots of interesting activities and they were visited by some wonderful volunteers. Each day consisted of a different theme.  

Monday - Religion - Reverend Karen Marshall told a story about respecting others in assembly and a parent visited KS1 to talk about Sikhism. 

Tuesday - Different Families, Same Love

Wednesday - Racism and Culture 

Thursday  - Disability

Friday - Gender  

GIST Road Safety 

In Summer 2018, all the children had assembly from GIST about how to stay safe on the roads, especially around large trucks. 

GIST worked with every class to highlight the dangers of crossing roads when trucks are near because they will take longer to brake and they cannot always see children depending on where they are stood. Then the children got to sit inside a truck to experience the limited visibility for themselves. 

Contact Us

Bridgenorth Avenue, Urmston, Manchester, M41 9PA

0161 748 6096

highfield.admin@trafford.gov.uk