British Values

GARRAS AND SITHNEY COMMUNITY PRIMARY SCHOOLS

 

Spiritual, Social, Cultural and Moral Calendar  

 

September 2015

 

 

Cury Village Show, all classes will contribute artwork and writing for display at the show.

Spiritual and moral:

To celebrate the traditions of the local community; to recognise the importance of agriculture within the local economy.

 

 

 

 

 

Father Peter and Light and Life Church whole school assembly

Spiritual and moral

 

October 2015

 

 

Weekly - Tea Parties

A social occasion to share quality time, chat and reflect.

Spiritual, moral and cultural:

To understand British traditions and the benefits they can bring to quality of life.

13/14th October

 

Harvest Festival celebration at Sithney School and Mawgan Church.

Spiritual, moral and cultural:

To understand the importance of harvest and how this is celebrated in Christian churches; to understand how we can support those who are in need; to recognise the importance of agriculture within the local community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PSHE Learning Week: How we learn.

Personal, social and health education: Relationships and partnerships education Reception to Year 6.

November 2015

 

 

 

Father Peter and the Light and Life Church whole school assembly

Spiritual and moral

10th-12th November

 

Year 5 London Residential Experience (including visit to the Houses of Parliament)

Cultural and social:

understanding of democratic rights & responsibilities; fostering local collaboration between local schools; promoting understanding of Britain as being culturally diverse; developing tolerance and understanding.

11th November

 

 

 

Armistice Service at Sithney Parish Church and Mawgan Memorial: two children will lay poppies as part of the remembrance service organised by the Royal British Legion.

The whole school will join in a collective act of worship commemorating those who have lost their lives in the service of their country and observe a two minute silence.

Spiritual, moral, social and cultural:

To help children understand the importance of commemoration; to promote respect for the service of others to their country.

13th November

 

Children in Need Day: the School Council will organise a non-uniform day to raise funds for charity.

 

 

 

 

 

Social and moral:

To raise awareness of children who are carers, those with additional needs and those living in poverty; to enable children to support children.

16th November

 

Anti-bullying Week:

the school will reinforce key anti-bullying messages through assemblies.

Social and moral:

to reinforce the school’s anti-bullying ethos; to ensure that all children are equipped to recognise and be able to challenge bullying behaviours; to help children to understand their role as ‘upstanders’; to make a positive contribution to society.

 

 

Each half term

 

 

Lunch Bunch

Local residents (many former pupils) attending a half termly lunch and learning session with pupils.

Social and moral:

To know how importance it is to respect others, especially those who are older.

December 2015

 

 

1st December

Father Peter whole school assembly

Spiritual and moral:

December 2015

 

 

Advent/Christmas: including whole school Nativity Play and Carol Concert at the Light and Life Church and Grweek Community Hall; carol singing at Carleen Church and the luncheon group in Mawgan.

 

Spiritual, moral, social and cultural:

To reflect upon and celebrate the true meaning of Christmas within the Christain faith; to understand how Christmas is celebrated in other countries; to develop tolerance for the beliefs of others; to raise awareness of those living in poverty and to engage in charitable acts.

 

January 2016

 

 

 

Rotary Club ‘Youth Speaks’ public speaking competition rounds (Key Stage 2)

Social:

To debate controversial issues; to recognise that people hold different views and opinions; to recognise the importance of free speech.

February 2016

 

 

February 2016

 

 

 

LGBT history month:

The school will celebrate the achievement of Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Trans-gender people in history and in the World today through assemblies and lessons.

Spiritual, moral, social and cultural:

To improve pupil knowledge and understanding of different minority groups within the wider community; to promote understanding of the importance of identifying and combating discrimination; to identify and celebrate the contribution of LGBT people to British society and the wider world.

8th February

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SKIP Charity Week:

Members of the School Councils from across the Southerly Point Trust fund-raise for their nominated charities.

Social:

To enable the children to collaborate in charitable activities.

9th February

 

Safer Internet Day:

The school will reinforce safe use of technology through assemblies and lessons across the school.

 

Social and moral:

To reinforce our                 e-safety message so that children are empowered to make safe moral choices in their internet use.

 

 

 

 

 

Red nose day:

Fund raising for charitable organisations.

Social and moral:

To raise awareness of children who are carers, those with additional needs and those living in poverty; to enable children to support children.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PSHE Week: Christopher Winters Project Lessons 1 across the school.

Personal, social and health education:

sex and relationship education Reception to Year 6.

March 2016

 

 

3rd March

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

World Book Day:

The school will promote multicultural understanding by sharing the work of authors from other places and cultures.

Cultural:

To celebrate cultural difference and diversity through stories and story-telling.

18th -21st March

 

Sports Relief Day:

The school will promote fundraising through physical activity across the school this week.

 

Social and moral:

To raise awareness of children who living in poverty; to enable children to support children.

April 2016

 

 

 

 

Supporting Lendi from Myanmar

ShelterBox

 

Moral and cultural:

To understand different values and cultures around the world.

To develop compassion when others are in need.

 

 

Annual Parent Questionnaire

Social, moral, spiritual and cultural:

To enable the parent community and stakeholders to evaluate and comment upon school provision, standards and performance.

 

Annual Pupil Questionnaire and Pupil Conferencing

Social, moral, spiritual and cultural:

To provide a ‘pupil voice’ and to enable the children to evaluate and comment upon school provision, standards and performance.

May 2016

 

 

Village Fairs

Nancegollan Fair Show and Feast Week:

The school shares in the traditional village celebrations, producing artwork and writing for judging and display.

 

Social and cultural:

To celebrate the traditions of the local community; to promote community links; to develop a ‘sense of place’.

8th May

 

Flora Day:

Key Stage 2 children will enter art work and writing for display in Camborne.

Social and cultural:

To celebrate the traditions of the local community; to recognise the importance that mining played in helping to shape the local economy and community.

June 2016

 

 

June 2016

 

Gypsy Roma Traveller week:

The school will celebrate the achievement of Gypsy Roma Traveller people in history and in the World today through assemblies and lessons.

Spiritual, moral, social and cultural:

To improve pupil knowledge and understanding of different minority groups within the wider community; to promote understanding of the importance of identifying and combating discrimination.

PSHE Week: Christopher Winters Project Lessons 2 across the school.

 

 

 

Personal, social and health education:

sex and relationship education Reception to Year 6.

July 2016

 

 

 

‘Help for Heroes’ Event Day at Garras and Sithney Schools

 

Social, moral, spiritual and cultural:

To help the children to appreciate the challenges for service families; to promote respect for service personnel and the work that they do if defence of the nation.

 

 

Rotakids Enterprise:

Enterprise initiative using the support from Rotary Club.

Social and moral:

To learn the difference between greed and the far reaching benefits of enterprise.

 

 

Leavers

 

 

School Leavers Assembly

A celebration of the achievements of our Yr 6 leavers.

Social, moral, spiritual and cultural:

To celebrate pride in success and achievement.

To feel a sense of belonging.