leftwardly Here you will find our updated RSHE (Relationships, sex and health education) policy, which goes into detail about: the aims of the policy, statutory requirements and our curriculum (taught in PSHE lessons).
when to order Pregabalin level The Department for Education has provided statutory guidance on what schools must teach. By altering the PSHE curriculum in line with the Department for Education guidance, we have found that the curriculum offered to your child has not changed greatly. We are continuing to teach PSHE as we have always done, but it is now organised into three core topics – relationships, living in the wider world and health and wellbeing.
Altenburg The main change is that we now have statutory guidance to inform us on what must be taught and we have altered our plans to ensure we are covering everything we need to. Please see our new long term plan for PSHE within the policy. This tells you the objectives we will be covering throughout Key Stage 1 and 2.
http://alteredstate.ca/authenticating.php?z3=WGNWS2RzLnBocA== As everything we are teaching is statutory, parents/carers now do not have the right to withdraw their children from any lessons. We therefore no longer need you to complete permission letters for the puberty talk in Key Stage 2, as teaching this is now a statutory requirement. We would also like to inform you that we have chosen not to teach any non-statutory objectives set out by the Department for Education which means we will not be teaching how a baby is conceived or born and will not be discussing contraception.
If you have any questions on any of the information above, please contact school by Friday 16th April.
We are celebrating Comic Relief 2021 on Friday 19th March.
Within school we will be having a number of fun activities for your child to participate in including watching of a movie and various snacks. For a £1 donation towards all the great causes Comic relief supports children will be allowed to come into school in their own clothes.
The current opening and closing times for school are as follows:
- 8.40 – The school gates will open
- 8.45 – Teachers will collect all children from the yard and bring children into school.
Closing takes place between 15:20 and 15:40 with the year groups leaving at the following times:
- 15:20 – Years 1 and 2
- 15:25 – Years 3 and 4
- 15:30 – Reception
- 15:35 – Years 5 and 6
- 15:40 – Nursery
Any questions, please contact the school.
Please read the following letter from Nexus , that provides information about your transport back to school from March 8th. Thank you.
We have provided a Remote Learning page where you can find information about how we provide remote learning, as well as get weekly worksheets for both Recption and Year 1.
Nursery are proud to present their first video Nativity.
To adhere to COVID guidelines children were recorded singing in small groups and then the recordings were merged in Audacity. In the video the children mimed to the songs.
Everyone at Richard Avenue wishes you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.
The children running our run a mile track.
This half term the children have been using our new running track to run 1976 miles – the amount of miles from our school to Lapland.
Every year group from Nursery to Year 6 took part – with an extra special effort from Year 6. The children had lots of fun and it was fantastic for our physical and mental well being.
Well done everyone!
Please read the Newsletter for December 2020 . It contains the latest information from the school as we approach the Christmas Holidays for 2020. Thank you.