PSHCE and RE

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PSHCE

Themes

Stoneydown delivers the national SEAL programme(social and emotional aspects of learning) through half-termly whole school assemblies. The themes form part of the PSHE curriculum which then are further explored through a range of age appropriate activities during class sessions. The seven themes are;

  • New beginnings
  • Getting on and falling out
  • Bullying
  • Going for goals
  • Good to be me
  • Relationships
  • Changes

British Values

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Religious Education

The Aims of RE at Stoneydown Park Primary School

RE celebrates the diversity of religious and human experiences. It encourages children to grow with the knowledge, skills, sensitivity and understanding to develop as confident and productive members of their local multifaith community and the world.

Religious education should help pupils to:

  • Develop a sense of their personal worth, individuality and identity;
  • Develop a positive attitude towards other people, respecting their right to hold different beliefs from their own and towards living in a society of many religions and beliefs;
  • Acquire and develop knowledge and understanding of Christianity and the other principal religions and non-religious world views represented in Great Britain;
  • Develop an understanding of the influence of beliefs, values and traditions on individuals, communities, societies and cultures;
  • Develop the ability to make reasoned and informed judgements about religious and moral issues, with reference to the their own beliefs and the teachings of the principal religions and beliefs represented in Great Britain;
  • Enhance their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development by:
  • Developing awareness of the fundamental; questions of life raised by human experiences, and if how religious teachings and philosophies can relate to them’;
  • Responding to such questions with reference to the teachings and practices of religions and to their own understanding and experience;
  • Developing the ability to reflect on their own beliefs, values and experiences in the light of their study.