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Tag Archives: PSHE
We find ourselves back at school in unique circumstances. Arguably, the last time the UK faced a crisis like this was the Second World War, and at the end of the war the British people voted for change by electing … Continue reading
Apologies for the delay in blogging since our last post. We’ve had some technical problems which are thankfully now resolved. In PSHE, we have been following up our work on British values by discussing the environment we would like in … Continue reading
Throughout the past two weeks all the classes at Liss Junior School have been taking part in Countries Fortnight. This has involved each class examining British values and thinking carefully about the values that would underpin a country that they’ve … Continue reading
In PSHE we have been looking at people who inspire us. We looked at how Mo Farah won double gold at the London Olympics in 2012 and the sacrifices he made along the way to achieve this. We then talked … Continue reading
Over the past fortnight we have been discussing what items we would put in a Liss Junior School Cultural Museum. We were inspired by the example of our friends in Kafuro who have opened their own cultural museum. The children … Continue reading