Month: April 2021

Relationship Education

At LHPSN we know that we are not only responsible for teaching children real-world skills, such as reading, writing, and mathematics, but we are also responsible for preparing children for life after school. That’s why we provide relationship lessons in school which follow the PSHE curriculum set out in England using a scheme called Jigsaw. The purpose of PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic education) is to help children realise who they are as people and successfully find their place in the world.
This term we are learning about healthy relationships and aim to help children identify how they relate to other people and to appreciate their value in a world that is constantly changing. Relationship education focuses on developing the key knowledge, skills, and qualities to prepare children for life and work. It will help children to live healthily, safely, productively, and responsibly in order to become sociable, active and productive members of society.

Welcome back to the summer term.

It was lovely to welcome everyone back in the sunshine this week, I hope everyone had a safe and happy Easter break. It is wonderful that restrictions are easing and we are now able meet outside in groups of 6 people, or two households. The school risk assessment (version 9) remains firmly in place and this can be found on the Covid 19 Information tab on the school website. We ask that all members of our school community continue with the key behaviours of washing hands, wearing face coverings on site and making the most of the school grounds to socially distance as we know this will help stop the spread of Covid-19 and ensure we can keep our school safely open for all. We continue to watch the government guidance as we really hope some of our usual summer term events can resume, once we know what we can and can’t do, we will update you.