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At Keyworth, we use Southwark's PSHE and Wellbeing Curriculum Framework for Primary Schools to support the teaching of Personal, Health and Social Education.

‘One Core Theme Per Term’ Model
This model splits 3 Core Themes (Health and Wellbeing, Living in the Wider World and Relationships) into 3 terms.

Each Core Theme is divided between 2 half terms and therefore has 6 half term boxes across the year.

Content builds year upon year in a spiral approach. 

Anti-Bullying Week 
All classes completed activities during their lessons around what bullying is and what they can do if someone is being unkind to them or  someone else. The children in year 6 designed posters with an aim of educating others about the need to stop bullying and what actions to take should they witness any form of bullying.

We also celebrated Odd Socks Day as part of Anti-Bullying Week. Odd Socks Day is a national event all about celebrating
what makes someone unique – it is to symbolise that we are all different and that children should be themselves, should be accepting of one another and celebrate our differences.

Children in Need
BBC Children in Need believes that every child should have the chance to thrive and be the best they can be. They are committed to being there for children across the UK when they need them the most. To mark this event, the children of Keyworth supported the Children in Need appeal by dressing in spots, as well as taking part in the “Pudsey Bearpees Challenge”. Thank you to everyone who donated to the event!

World Mental Health Day
The aim of the day is to raise awareness of mental health and to drive positive change for everyone’s wellbeing. The theme for this year’s day was ‘mental health is a universal human right’. For World Mental Health Day, Year 6 children focused on the topic of stress. They discussed what stress is, what causes stress and how to manage feelings of stress. They learnt and tested out a selection of breathing techniques which can be used if they find themselves in stressful situations.


Lifting Limits delivers lessons focusing on gender equality within our PSHE curriculum. Within the half termly Lifting Limits lessons, it involves challenging gender stereotypes through practical learning. Although Lifting Limits is taught through our PSHE lessons, it is also embedded across the whole school curriculum as well.

Mental Health Awareness Week
This year's theme was ‘Movement: moving more for our mental health.’ We know that movement
and exercise can protect and build our mental wellbeing, boost our mood, and help us look after
our health. In school, the children learnt about the importance of managing their
mental health and how keeping active can support this.
On Friday 17th May, the children wore green as green is the international symbol for mental health awareness.

Did you know green was chosen as the colour for mental health awareness to combat bias and
discrimination? In the 1800s, the colour green was used to brand people who were labelled
“insane”. The mental health community decided to continue using the colour green, but with a
completely different focus. Green signifies new life, new growth, and new beginnings.