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Personal, Social, Health, Economic Education (PSHE)

Mrs Gould
PSHE Subject Lead
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Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education is an important and necessary part of all pupils’ education. At Lytchett Matravers Primary School we believe that it’s very important that our pupils get an excellent, broad and well balanced education that will teach them the necessary skills and prepare them for the future.

We seek to use PSHE education to build, where appropriate, on the statutory content already outlined in the national curriculum, the basic school curriculum and in statutory guidance on: keeping safe, drug, financial, relationship and sex education (RSE) and the importance of physical activity and diet for a healthy lifestyle.

We are continuing to use the SCARF scheme of work created by the Coram Life Education. Coram Life Education is the leading provider of health, wellbeing and drugs education.

If you wish to discuss any part of the PSHE Curriculium then please do not hesitate to contact Mrs E Gould via the school office office@lmpsdorset.co.uk 

Children in Need 2021

The children and staff had a great day coming into school dressed in ‘Something Fun!’ – there were outrageous outfits, colourful combinations and spots galore. The Student Voice would like to thank everyone for supporting this worthy cause and helping the school raise an amazing £423.44. We are always so proud of our school and community that come together to support others even in these difficult times.

Odd Sock Day 2021

Odd Sock Day marks the start of Anti-Bullying week and this year it was on Monday 15th November.  This year the theme behind the Anti-Bullying week is ‘One Kind Word’

As always staff and children at LMPS got involved and wore odd socks to school.

The idea behind Odd Sock day is to celebrate that ‘everyone is different’ and it’s good to be unique. It’s also a fun and exciting way to start Anti-Bullying week 2021.

There were lots of fun activities going on around school too. We had an Odd Sock treasure hunt for KS1 and in KS2 they did an orienteering course looking for the missing Odd Socks. Year 5 focused on the idea of ‘One Kind Word’ and created a ‘Kind Word Chain’ – all the children loved seeing all the kind words their peers wrote about them. Year 2 wrote some fantastic poems about Anti-Bullying and they look amazing displayed in the windows of their classrooms. Reception have designed and painted their own odd socks which look so bright and colourful hung up in their classroom.

We all agree that this is a great way to promote the Anti-Bullying message at LMPS.