Welcome to our school - full of happy, hard-working children and teachers. We want every child to participate fully, respect other people, be independent and determined in achieving excellence.
Information for NSPCC 'PANTS' initiative
Information for NSPCC Speak Out/Stay Safe initiative
We follow the Twinkl PSHE scheme of work which covers all statutory requirements and provides a progressive, spiralling and age appropriate outline. The scheme can be adapted to ensure that specific needs are met within each cohort.
At Little Eaton Primary School we use a number of interventions to support our children's wellbeing, such as; positive play, lego therapy, colour therapy, talk time, safety bear and speech and language therapy. We have two nurture rooms where some of the interventions take place, it is also an area where a child can have quiet time with a supporting adult.
We work with external agencies and have provided online assemblies from the NSPCC Speak Out, Stay Safe initiative, supporting children to recognise different forms of abuse and how to respond should they feel they are worried about anything.
Year 5 will receive an assembly this week on becoming an 'Anti-Stigma/Wellbeing Ambassador' in the new academic year. Application forms will be given to those who are interested in applying to become an ambassador.
We use the NSPCC 'Talk PANTS' website in order to keep children safe from sexual abuse.
As from September 2022 we began to use floor books to document our learning in PSHE. This is a great way to monitor coverage and progression and places more emphasis on discussion and practical learning rather than written outcomes. The examples given are those from Year 1, where the initiative was trialled.