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Home Learning

During this time, it is more important than ever that we are looking after ourselves, eating healthy, getting enough sleep, exercising daily and thinking postively! Please take a look at the resources and activities below that you can complete at home. There are also  links to dance videos, meditation and various other activities that will help calm feelings of stress, anxiety or worry. 

Physical Activity

Compete against yourself or others with the 60 second challenge activity. Choose a daily activity from the folder below and aim to achieve bronze, silver or gold! Don't forget to track your scores on the tracking sheet! #StayHomeStayActive

300+ Free Medals & Award Images - Pixabay

 

For those of you who love dancing, follow the link below for some fun zumba and dance-along videos! 

KIDZ BOP | TEACHERS | KIDZ BOP

https://family.gonoodle.com/channels/zumba-kids

https://family.gonoodle.com/featured-in-school

Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE)

Personal, Social, Health, Emotional (PSHE) is a very important subject which equips children with the knowledge, understanding, attitudes and practical skills needed to live safe healthy lives. It deals with the real life issues affecting our school, families and communities.

PSHE education:

  • supports pupils to be healthy physically and mentally aswell as encouraging individual responsibilty for personal health.
  • contributes to the safety of children online, outdoors and understanding the effects associated with drugs and alcohol.
  • supports pupils to understand similarities and differences between themselves and others,
  • promotes independence and responsibility, preparing children and young people for future roles as parents, employees and leaders. 

At Gledhow, we follow the You, Me, PSHE scheme which sits alongside our SEMH MindMate champions lessons. All lessons are age appropriate with the aim that all children achieve their fullest potential.

The resource includes lesson plans, whole school and year group cirriculum overviews, assessment activities (pre &post) and teaching rescources to be used in the lesson. 

  • Physical health and wellbeing
  • Mental Health and wellbeing
  • Drug, alcohol and tobacco education
  • Identity, society and equality
  • Careers, financial capability and economic wellbeing
  • Keeping safe and managing risk
  • Relationships and sex education

When teaching this resource we take into consideration different faiths/religions, values and beliefs and ensure that we are providing our children with high quality teaching which takes the above into account. We also cover a whole range of lifeskills including: British Values and the importance of it, fire safety, water safety, road safety, stranger danger, anti-bullying, mental health, bike safety, first aid, online safety and keeping safe outdoors. These skills are covered through lessons, assemblies, planned weeks/days and by inviting in visitors/people from the community such as: the police, fire service, NSPCC, St Johns Ambulance, local church, Leeds City Council and many more. 

Please see below our PSHE statement of intent and whole school cirriculum overview.

MindMate

MindMate is a Leeds-based website for young people, their families and the professionals who support them. It is designed to explore emotional wellbeing and mental health issues and offer information about where support is available.

Alongside our PSHE cirriculum, we will be teaching our children about Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) through the MindMate lessons which have been developed by teachers and mental health professionals here in Leeds. The programmed is funded and supported by NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group. It also aims to provide pupils with the skills to manage their own emotional and mental wellbeing.

The lessons are interactive and will help children:

  • Understand their own feelings
  • Understand the emotions and mental health needs of others
  • Understand the change during transition times and how to cope with it
  • Support friends and family to be mentally well
  • Reduce the stigma associated with mental health
  • Deal with exam stress through coping techniques

For more information please visit:

https://www.mindmate.org.uk/

 

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