At Hutton we believe that emotional wellbeing is an essential element in a child’s development. Our most recent SIAMS report, (2015) said that “The school creates a welcoming, safe, vibrant, happy and creative Christian community in which children can thrive academically, spiritually and personally”.
Our PSHE curriculum allows for children to take part in group discussions, circle times, role play, problem solving and reflective moments to develop themselves as individuals and as members of their communities.
We approach our PSHE learning via a variety of SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) and Go Givers activities. Each new topic is introduced every term through a whole school Worship, and our PSHE learning is then celebrated at the end of each topic, with classes giving an informal presentation to the rest of the school.