PSHE is perhaps the most important part of our curriculum as we support children to acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives, now and in the future. PSHE is a vital prerequisite for being an effective learner. At Whitehall Park Hall we are raising an awareness of bullying. “We don’t choose bullying, we CHOOSE RESPECT!” Each the theme for Anti-Bullying week changes, this year we are focusing on choosing respect. We have created some lovely posters to demonstrate this value at our school and to remind us to be respectful all year round!If you would like more information about Anti-Bullying Week please refer the link below: Opportunities to develop personal, social and emotional skills are embedded in our daily practice. We follow the Islington scheme of work called: You, Me, PSHE! This programme of study involves teachings across the following strands:

  • Sex and relationship education
  • Drug, alcohol and tobacco education
  • Keeping safe and managing risk
  • Mental health and emotional wellbeing
  • Physical health and wellbeing
  • Careers, financial capability and economic wellbeing
  • Identity, society and equality

Participation in whole school events such as sports day, performances, outings to the theatre, Summer Fete and Winter Wonderland instills a sense of community into our children. Students are also given the opportunity to develop team building skills through their participation in Sporting events and Islington events such as the computing fair.

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