In this section of the gallery, you will see the work we do to prepare our amazing children to become confident, caring adults. We can't wait to show you what we have been up to!!
You can find out more about what we will be looking by clicking on the link below!
We are very proud of the work we do to teach Life Skills at Westerhope Primary School. This includes promoting British Values, developing the children's Social, Moral, Spiritual and Cultural awareness and teaching them Personal, Social, Health, Economic skills and discussing how these are used in the wider world. We constantly review and update our curriculum as a whole school team, listening to the views of our children, staff and leaders and informing our governors. Here are some reviews of this work:
We loved seeing all the children doing such kind acts for their friends! It had been brilliant, here is some cross-curricular work from our Year 2 children- they are superstars!!!
Thank you very much to everyone for supporting Children in Need and wearing your pyjamas to school. You are making such a difference to the lives of others. Happy Secret Buddy Week!
Today Year 1 were visited by the School nurse who told them all about how to keep their teeth healthy and the importance of brushing their teeth twice a day. Well done everyone!
Last years school councillors were awarded with the Bronze Modeshift award for promoting active travel! Well done!
We love Bonfire Night but remember you always need to follow the fireworks code:
As part of our Reading Week, which this year is focused on Poetry, our Year 4 pupils are taking part in a very exciting competition. They are writing poems all about Diversity to be entered into the Premier League's Writing Stars competition. There are lots of amazing prizes to be won - good luck everyone!!
We are very excited to let you know that we have been selected as one of five schools by Catherine McKinnell MP to be part of this very exciting project. We will soon be recieiving a Hazel tree to plant in our garden. This project is to show the Commonwealth's commitment to protecting the forests of the world. Find out more by watching the link below:
Our Reception classes were very lucky to be visited by two special visitors- a firefighter and police officer. They found out about the important work they do to look after everyone. What fantastic learning!
Our wonderful school nurse, Jill Williamson, visited Year 5 today to talk about hygiene and some of the changes everyone's bodies go through. Well done everyone!😊
Westerhope had a fantastic day celebrating Ada Lovelace Day. We used the day to promote women in the STEM industries. We were very lucky to be visited by Marie, a marine biologist who bought in lots of things for us to look at. And we loved finding out about some of our most revered female scientists! Fantastic learning everyone!!!
The Year 2 children had an amazing trip to Safty Works today. they found out about how to make emergency phone calls, the role of the police and fire service, how to stay safe around dogs and how to safely cross a road. Fantastic learning everyone!
Year 6 have been very busy this week undertaking their Level 2 Bikeability training. They now know how to ride safely on the roads. Well done everyone!
Wow! We had the most amazing day 'making a difference.' We had lots of fantastic visitors in school and found out about their culture, beliefs and skills. All the children know the importance of treating others with tolerance, respect and kindness. We are very proud of you Westerhope!!
Today the school nurse visited Reception to show them how to wash their hands and answer any questions they had about their bodies. Fantastic learning everyone!
This half term, everyone in school is focusing on ways to stay Healthy in their Life Skills sessions. Understanding their own feelings, others' feelings, how they can cope with difficult feelings and how their feelings can be affected by the media. We feel emotional health is very important to the development of everyone of our wonderful pupils. Here are some videos used to support their understanding and links to give advice to parents about developing emotional health.
Today in assembly we discussed what it is like to feel different. We know the importance of being kind and respecting everyone for who they are.
Class 9 had a brilliant time today learning how to look after their bikes, follow the Highway Code and most importantly how to stay safe on their bikes on the road. Well done everyone!
The children in Year 5 investigated their brains to help them understand how they learn. Check out their brain facts video on their class page!
In Year 4, the children have been learning about how we learn and how our attitude to learning can affect the progress we make. They decided on ways to train their brain.
If you would like to see our Life skills work from previous years, please click on the link below. We are very proud of our children's learning.