The data from the most recent health check for Early Years and Year 6 shows that the number of overweight children in school is both above the national average, and above the average for North East Lincolnshire.
Research shows that in a class of 30 one child could have experienced death, four could live in lone families, five could be living in absolute poverty and five could have mental health difficulties. Our current context at Canon Peter Hall mirrors these statistics, with the number of children in Upper KS2 cohorts experiencing these difficulties exceeding these statistics.
Children at Canon Peter Hall benefit from a sustained quality of education which has prepared them effectively for future success, however, Covid 19 has left them vulnerable to mental health and well-being constraints which could limit them in achieving their full potential.
As a Church School, we will nurture children to understand that they are all extremely valuable. We are committed to enabling children to become responsible members of their local and global community who contribute positively to society.
Our school context is one of high levels of deprivation and it is therefore important to develop a strong sense of self-worth. The culture at Canon Peter Hall is built around preparing children for the world of work and their future life. Our PHRSE curriculum will equip children with the attitudes, relationships, personal and social skills that will act as a springboard to propel children to future success. They will know that “I can make things happen’’ and ‘’Only I can do it’’.
To know what constitutes a healthy lifestyle.
To have positive wellbeing, understanding emotions, what may cause them and how to manage them effectively
To understand how to be safe both online, physically and mentally.
To understand what constitutes a healthy relationship.
In all PHRSE units, children will be taught to know and understand the following elements of the 5 ways of wellbeing. It is these that will help them connect and make relationships between learning throughout school.
The 5 ways to wellbeing are as follows:
These five ways of wellbeing are engaged with through the four strands of:
These strands are recommended by the PHSE Association and are built on each year in a progressive long term plan. Bespoke unit plans ensure coverage of the objectives outlined by the PHSE Association delivered through their high quality teaching and learning pedagogies that are used consistently throughout our curriculum such as retrieving prior knowledge and pre teaching vocabulary.
Healthy individuals, both physically and mentally
To have a positive self-image and sense of self-worth
To have a varied toolkit of effective coping strategies
Our community and our rules
Physical Health: diet and exercise
Recognising and describing emotions
Managing emotions and loss
Physical Health: dental health
Looking after our environment
Friendships and Bullying
Looking after our Mental Health
Physical Health: Healthy lifestyles
Early signs of illness
Good and Bad Habits
Relationships: Different family structures and healthy family life
Living in the Wider World: Rights of the Child
Risks of Sun Exposure
Managing Mental Health and seeking support
Living in the Wider World: Rules of law and tolerating diversity
Physical Health: Bacteria and virus
Responsible use of medicines and drugs
We are proud to be part of the Lincoln Anglican Academy Trust more
Canon Peter Hall Church of England Primary School Pelham Road Immingham North East Lincolnshire DN40 1JS
Telephone: 01469 510300