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Teaching and Organisation of SMSC

06 Feb 2015

Assemblies, Circle Time and discussions (one to one, class and group) give pupils opportunities to:
  • Talk about personal experiences and feelings
  • Express and clarify their own ideas and beliefs
  • Think about and speak about difficult events, e.g. bullying, death
  • Share thoughts and feelings with other people
  • Explore relationships with friends/family/others
  • Consider others’ needs and behaviour
  • Show empathy
  • Develop self-esteem and a respect for others
  • Develop a sense of belonging
  • Think about and mark special days and events
  • Develop the skills and attitudes that enable pupils to develop socially, morally, spiritually and culturally
  The planned curriculum and lessons provide opportunities to:
  • Listen and talk to each other
  • Learn an awareness of treating all as equals
  • Agree and disagree
  • Take turns and share equipment
  • Work co-operatively and collaboratively
  • Think through their own and others’ ideas, beliefs and attitudes
  • Develop awe and wonderment for the world
  • Explore and reflect on their feelings and what motivates them
  • Consider moral codes and rules
  • Explore and understand culture and society, past and present
Our Curriculum Drivers develop the traits we want to see in our pupils and reflect our school values, in the following ways:
I CAN - Character building, becoming a ‘hero’ and an advocate for learning

- ENTERPRISE - Developing initiative and a ‘Go4it’ attitude
- OUT OF DOORS - Broadening horizons by learning in a range of environments
- POSSIBILITIES - Raising aspirations by encountering new things

Extra-curricular activities provide a range of opportunities:
  • Annually elected Junior Leadership Team (JLT)
  • School Team membership (sports, choirs, orchestras, chess, public speaking / debating, dance)
  • Work experience (dining room, pupil teaching assistant, school and classroom monitors)
  • Trips and residential visits (to places of cultural and social interest, places of worship, places of natural beauty, places of adventure, sporting venues, performance arenas and venues)
  • Inspiring visitors (authors, artists, athletes, politicians, performers, theatre companies, the opera,)
  • School Community Events (concerts and performances, sports events, The Christmas Market, picnics and fun days, celebrations and open events)
  • Clubs and Enrichment College (providing a range of social, cultural, and spiritual activities)
  • Active Lunchtimes (a range of social, sporting, ICT, and structured play activities)
  • Quiet Areas (in school, in the playground and on the school field)
The way behaviour is managed enables pupils to:
  • Take responsibility for their behaviour and actions
  • Recognise the difference between right and wrong
  • Make independent appropriate behaviour choices and develop a strong internal moral code
  • Reflect on and understand the consequences of their behaviour and actions
  • Build trust and repair relationships when things go wrong
  • Understand The Golden Rules are underpinned by values
 
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