St John the Baptist Catholic Primary School, Beckbridge Lane, Normanton, WF6 2HZ

01924 891685

St John The Baptist Catholic Primary School, A Voluntary Academy

Faithfulness, Courage and Respect

PSHE & RSE

Following consultation with parents please see below our Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) links with the Ten Ten resource we use in school. We have also sent parents a username and password to access the Parent Potral through the Ten Ten website. Please contact school if you would like any support with this.

Our curriculum overview can be found in our RSE policy on our website under the 'Key Information' tab. We have also put links below to useful information from the DfE, including 'Frequently Asked Questions'. If you have any further questions or would like any further information please contact school. 

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Please follow the link below to the Department for Education guidance for relationships education. 

DfE guidance for primary

Please follow the link below to the Department for Education's FAQs: Relationships Education, RSE and Health Education

 DfE FAQs

Please follow the link below to a two page parent information summary on 'Understanding Relationships and Health Education in
your child’s primary school' from the Department for Education.

Understanding Relationships and Health Education-a guide for primary school parents

 

 

 

We held a non-uniform day to raise money for Children in Need.

We wore odd socks during Anti Bullying Week...

Year 3 completed some lovely work during Antibullying Week.

Hearts for Homes

All classes completed a "Hearts for Homes" to send to the residents of Newfield House. We decorated the hearts or wrote a message on them to let the residents know we were thinking of them. Children from Year 3 delivered the hearts to Newfield House, where they were very gratefully received.

Our Key Worker children and staff created some fantastic art work for Mental Health Awareness Week with the theme 'Kindness'. Our work has been published in the special edition children's newspaper to celebrate Mental Health Awareness Week. The newspaper has been sent across the district to local schools and communities. Well done everyone!

Can you find our work?