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Welcome to PSHE 2021-22! 

Here you will find Foundry Lane's curriculum map for the current academic year. Miss Kempen and Miss Horn are are our PSHE co-ordinators and would be happy to talk to you about PSHE anytime! 

LQBTQ+ Month 

Foundry Lane celebrated LGBTQ+ month by taking part in activities using the books, Introducing Teddy by Jessica Walton and The Girl With Two Dads by Mel Elliott. Mrs Loftus had an exciting assembly prepared to share and celebrate diversity! 

The New PSHEe Curriculum Has Launched! 

As of April 19th 2021 - Foundry Lane has launched its brand new PSHEe curriculum. Please see below for information on our policies and our Long Term Map, which gives an overview of everything your child will be learning. 

PSHE Spring 2022

This term's PSHE focus is Living in the Wider World. All year groups will focus on an aspect of community, diversity and how to manage their money. We have enjoyed our Living in the Wider World this term. All the years groups have been focusing on Belonging to a Community, Digital Literacy and Money and Work. We have learnt about the different groups within our community, how to keep safe online; including how we can safely search for information and what may be a lie. We have explored many jobs and learnt about how jobs earn money and the strengths needed for different jobs. 

 

PSHEe Summer 2022

Next term's PSHE focus is Health and Well-being. All year groups will focus on an aspect of physical and Mental health well-being, growing and changing and keeping safe. Pop back to see what we get up to! 

PSHEe New Curriculum Parent Presentation

Please find information about the new RSE and PSHEe curriculum.

Mindfullness 

At Foundry Lane we know the importance of looking after our selves both physically and mentally. That's why we take 15 minutes out of each day to engage in mindfullness activities. We love listening to mindfullness stories, taking part in mindfullness colouring and being aware of how we can relax ourselves when we feel tense or worried. It helps us calm down after lunch and gets us ready for the afternoon ahead! And relaaaaax!

School Council

-What is the School Council?

The school council works to make improvements to the school and the way we do things at Foundry Lane. We look around for things that could be better and discuss what to do. Everyone gets a chance to speak and when we’ve finished we vote on the best ideas and then start working on changing things. Sometimes we have to talk to teachers and sometimes we have to make phone calls to people outside of the school.

-Who are the School Councillors?
Every year we run an election campaign to vote for two new representatives for each class. A good representative will speak at the council meetings about things that their class is interested in. They will also tell their class about what is going on in the council meetings and put the minutes up in the classroom.

 

Travel Tracker

We’re excited to have had Travel Tracker up and running since the first day of term this year. The children have been actively recording their daily travel methods and have received their first badge of the year. Well Done! 
 

Foundry Lane take part in  WOW's Living Streets Travel Tracker to help encourage children and parents to think about cutting emissions from cars and other vehicles. We record our data every day using the Living Streets website and if the children have travelled at least once a week, using a sustainable method of transport (walk, bike, scooter, park and stride and hop off) then they earn a monthly badge! Can you collect them all?


 

How many Travel Tracker badges will you collect?