Christ The King RC Primary School

PHSE

At Christ the King, we want all children to be happy and achieve the very best in all aspects of their lives. We use Personal, Social, Health and Economic education to help children to fulfil their potential and give them the skills they need to lead confident, healthy and independent lives.

 

PSHE Around Our School.

PUPIL VOICE:

"I really liked going in the life van with Rachel and learning about feelings and how to stay safe." (KS1 pupil)

"I loved odd socks day, it was really fun and we thought about how we are all different and special." (KS1 pupil)

"I liked learning a song about being brave for Anti-bullying week and performing it in the hall." (KS2 pupil)

Educational Life Van Visit October 2019.

The Life van came to Christ The King again this October. Rachel held a session with each class. The children were reunited with Harold the giraffe and discussed how to keep themselves healthy and safe. Year 6 children also did some extra sessions on esafety. 

Anti-Bullying Week November 2019.

The theme for anti-bullying week was, 'Change starts with us.' School council did a fantastic assembly telling children what bullying is and what they should do about it if they encounter it. They also met to come up with ideas about rules that should go on our Anti-bullying Charter. 

Anti-Bullying Week Poster Competition. 

School council decided to mark the week by holding an anti-bullying poster competition. There were over 200 entries. It was a very difficult decision and school council had there work cut out for them deciding who the winners were. Have a look below at School Council looking through the entries and the winning designs.

Odd Socks Day 2019.

We all wore our best and craziest odd socks for odd sock day to celebrate our differences and the fact that we are all unique.

Brookdale View Care Home Visit

Urban Crew and the school choir visited our local care home in December to sing some Christmas Carols and some of their favourite Christmas hymns for the residents. They also sat and spoke with them for a while. It was a lovely afternoon and the children learned the importance of social action and doing things for our local community when we can.

Freddie Fit Visit.

We were very lucky to have a visit from Freddie fit. Each class had a session in the sports hall and they learned about the importance of keeping our bodies fit by exercising and eating healthily. Freddie gave each class certain exercises to do and challenges to complete, there were even prizes to be won!

Children's Mental Health Week 2020.

The theme this year for Children's mental health week was, 'Find your brave.' School council had a meeting and decided that to mark the week we could learn songs that have lyrics about being brave. They also decided that it would be a fabulous idea to perform the songs with actions in key stage assemblies for each other. We had a really enjoyable week learning about the importance of having a healthy mind as well as a healthy body and where to go for help if we need it. The children gave fantastic performances.

 

VIDEO TO FOLLOW:

Mental Health Awareness Week 2020.

The week took place during lockdown but that didn't stop the children from taking part. The theme was, 'Kindness.' We decided to think about any acts of random kindness we could do for those that might need it, either family, friends or neighbours. The children did a range of things from taking shopping to a neighbour who needed it to making a picture for a lonely neighbour to cheer them up, most importantly they learned how small acts of kindness can make such a difference to others. Have a look at the video below!

 

https://vimeo.com/421539515

 

Have a look at the website below for help and advice about mental health during the coronavirus outbreak but also more general information about mental health.

 

https://www.mentalhealth.org.uk/coronavirus/random-acts-kindness-during-coronavirus-outbreak

Rainbows For Our Heroes.

We asked the children to make rainbow pictures to show our appreciation of all those working to keep our country safe during lockdown. The result is a short video that shows our appreciation for them all.

 

https://vimeo.com/414009640

Hello Yellow Day For World Mental Health Awareness Day 2020

The Children at Christ The King wore yellow accessories with their uniform for HelloYellow Day in conjunction with YoungMinds and World mental Health Day. We spoke about how important our mental health is, especially during the pandemic and how to identify if we need help or if people around us need help with their mental health. The children looked fantastic. Pictured are Year 3C. 

For any help with mental health issues this is a really useful site:

https://youngminds.org.uk/

Culcheth Lane, Manchester, Lancashire M40 1LU

0161 681 2779

contact@christtheking.manchester.sch.uk