St Anne’s Catholic Primary School is a happy vibrant community where diversity and individuality are celebrated. We are passionate in our pursuit of excellence in all aspects of school life. We nurture and inspire children to develop confidence and resilience in an environment where efforts are valued and all children flourish.
Our school vision and ethos is strongly supported through, and embedded in, the delivery of our PSHE whole-school approach to the curriculum. At our school we are committed to ensuring that the emotional and social needs of all our children are met within our school environment, and we support the development of children’s health and wellbeing, self-esteem and confidence.
As part of providing a broad and balanced PSHE curriculum, we nurture and support the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development in young children and promote the fundamental British values in young lives. We support children to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding they need to lead confident, healthy and independent lives, and become responsible citizens. We recognise that our school vision is crucial to this learning and should be at the heart of whole-school development.
We have had a visit this week from the Dog's Trust and learned all about 'Responsible Dog Ownership'. This has worked really well along side our on going personal development, PSHE and Citizenship work. A big thank you to all the donations of dog food, blankets and toys for the Dog's Trust - you have really helped a local charity!
We are now using the 'Jigsaw' scheme to deliver weekly PSHE lessons in school. This runs alsongside 'A Journey in Love' which covers our RSE teaching and learning. Please see below for a parental guide to Jigsaw so you can support your child/children with their Personal, Social and Health Education.