Welcome to the PSHE page

There are lots of way to feel calmer. It’s about finding what works for you. Try some breathing exercises, activities, games and videos to help let go of stress.   https://www.childline.org.uk/toolbox/calm-zone/  

Have a look at our slides about returning to school – Going back to school social story

Year 1 Activities

  • Get involved in cooking a healthy meal and discuss the importance of balanced food choices.
  • Complete a short workout, followed by a conversation about how exercise can make someone feel and why it is important.
  • Discuss the importance of ‘checking in’ with friends and being kind to one another, especially in challenging times.
  • Keeping in contact with isolated family members or elderly relatives and having a conversation about the importance of doing this.

Have a look at this Powerpoint – Who are you? – learn about your identity


Year 2 Activities

Year 2’s focus this term is on rights and responsibilities. Thinking about these questions:

1) to recognise what they like and dislike
2) to share their opinions on things that matter to them and explain their views
3) to understand how rules help them
4) about the process of growing from young to old and how people’s needs change
5) recognise rules for, and ways of keeping safe, including basic road safety, and about people who can help them to stay safe

Here’s some websites that would support: 



Year 3 Activities

Please have a look at the lessons on BBC Bitesize


Activities to try

Mindfulness challenge cards
Year 3 PSHE activity


Year 4 Activities

Here are 6 ‘Stress Busting’ relaxation activities for you to have a go at

Stress Busters

An activity about ‘People Around Me – A Positive Difference’

People Around Me – a positive difference

Here is the link to the ‘Mindfulness Bootcamp’ that we were working through. Why not try some mindfulness at home once a day?


Year 5 Activities

Year 5, Please watch the following film. 

Write your responses to the following questions:
1. List the emotions you think the boy is feeling about the present. With each emotion, try to explain why you think he would feel that way.
2. As the film progresses, how do you think his feelings change?
3. What would your reaction have been to this present?
4. What advice would you give to the boy about his reaction and feelings?
2nd Activity – worksheet