My name is Claire Havard and I am the subject leader for PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) at our school. I believe that PSHE is a vital part of the broad and balanced curriculum that children experience at Cranham Primary School.
Through our PSHE lessons we aimto develop tolerant, thoughtful children prepared for their future lives. We will help children work in partnership with others by showing respect and equality to all. We will prepare children to become global citizens, in an ever-changing world, with high aspirations for their future. We will develop their understanding of health, fitness and keeping themselves safe. At Cranham, we will also work hard to prepare children for the world of work and to raise aspirations
My favourite part of the school year is friendship week when we work hard to establish effective methods for positive friendships in childhood and beyond.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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