PSHE Impact: What the results look like...
At Cranham Primary, Personal Development is deeply valued. Our School vision shapes our aspirations for the children in terms of PSHE, with the three values of courage, compassion and community. By the time children leave our school, they have a willingness to try new things, push themselves and persevere. They are able to describe how to stay safe, healthy and how to develop good relationships. They have a strong self-awareness, interlinked with compassion for others. Finally, we work hard to ensure that they have an appreciation of what it means to be a positive member of their local community and a conscientious citizen of the world .
Most of the time we feel safe and secure
But sometimes life can be difficult and painful and we long for something beyond:
Someone who understands what it’s like to be alone,
Or let down by friends,
Or feel like they have nowhere to call home.
In these ow moments, help us to be open to something beyond
And brave enough to reach out and pray.
What dis SIAMs say about our commitment to personal development?
The school recognises its role in supporting pupils’ understanding of the diversity of culture and faith in modern Britain, and is exploring links abroad to increase this understanding still further. There is a wide range of after school activities and trips which develop individual talents and skills based upon the view that all children should be enabled to flourish in their potential as a child of God.