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Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) Resources

We hope that everyone is safe at home and that the children are enjoying their home learning. There are a number of online opportunities for you to choose from in order to carry on with PSHE learning at home. We have put some links on this page to help you to find some activities that we hope the children will enjoy.

Tell us about your wellbeing

Healthwatch Suffolk have launched a wellbeing survey aimed at parents / carers. The findings from the survey will be shared with the people in charge of local services, so that they can understand how to support emotional wellbeing difficulties resulting from the Coronavirus lockdown restrictions, and to inform the recovery after restrictions have been lifted.

All responses to the survey are anonymous.

If you look after a child(ren) or young person, Healthwatch Suffolk would love to hear from you. Please click the link below to access the short survey, which should take around 10 minutes to complete.

https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Parents_Wellbeing

Jigsaw

At school, the children follow a programme called Jigsaw for their PSHE learning (Personal, Social and Health Education). Through this scheme, learners explore a range of themes, using videos, stories and pictures to stimulate discussion. These develop their personal and social skills and provide them with strategies to help overcome problems that they might face in the world around them.

Jigsaw have released a small selection of resources for use at home, which can be accessed by clicking on the following picture. 

Teaching Ideas

The Teaching Ideas website has links to a range of learning ideas, many of which can be accessed at home. By clicking on the image below, you will be taken to the PSHE area of the website, where there are a number of suggested activities, some of which are linked to videos and stories which are also provided on the site. There are cross-curricular links on many of the tasks, with lots of suggestions for activities across subjects. Each activity shows an age-range to help you decide on the most suitable ones for your children.

 

Mindfulness

At this time, children may benefit from some mindfulness activities. There are many examples of mindfulness colouring available online, which can be printed. Websites such as Cosmic Kids have mindfulness and meditation videos for children, which can be used as a nice break between learning activities.

Mrs Stark and Mrs Richardson