Category Archives: PSHE

Outdoor Fun!

Are you ready for some outdoor fun? 🌞🌳 Year 4 is! They had a blast enjoying the outdoor trim trail today! πŸ˜Žβ›ΉοΈβ€β™€οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ πŸ™Œ It’s so great to see everyone enjoying the fresh air and keeping active! πŸƒβ€β™€οΈπŸŒ€οΈ Great for both our physical and mental health!

Pupils in Bells Farm Primary,
With laughter and joy so high,
Are relishing the outdoor trim trail,
Running, jumping, never failing to exhale.

The sun shines bright, the wind in their hair,
They climb, slide and balance with such care,
Their eyes sparkle with wonder and glee,
As they enjoy this moment of being free.

The trim trail’s obstacles, they tackle with ease,
Climbing up ropes, swinging with the breeze,
Each step, each move, a sense of triumph,
As they push themselves to new heights with excitement.

Their smiles, infectious, spread all around,
As they challenge each other to go up and down,
The trim trail, a place where they can be,
Free to explore and just let themselves be.


In PHSE we are now starting our new unit: Money and Work. We will be learning about making decisions about money; using and keeping money safe.

Today we discussed where does money for our family come from?

We then read a book and discussed the meaning of loans.

The book was about the Deacon family and the dilemma they face when their TV breaks and they consider borrowing money to buy a new one. We explored the options for taking out loans and began to understand some of the key terms (lots of difficult words!).

We then discussed the risks and consequences of borrowing money.

Click here to re-read the book at home. You can also download further resources review the learning at home.

Let’s Connect

This week is Children’s Mental Health Week.

In PSHE we explored connecting through dance and song

Robins were given an activity to show how they can connect non-verbally by joining in, having fun and doing things in unison, creating their own flash mob.

Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 5

Digital footprint

For our Personal Health we talked about the importance of understanding our “Digital Footprint”

Your digital footprint is a traceable log of your online activity.

This includes any websites that you visit,

  • social media activity,
  • emails you send,
  • searches you make in a search engine
  • and any information you submit to online services.

We discussed how we would have a digital footprint and how we use online services.


This term in PSHE we have been concentrating on my community and clubs. We are all proud of belonging to different faiths , communities and clubs.
This week we are very happy to share that Elias was awarded Silver at the Midlands Taekwondo championship