SMSC

Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural (SMSC)

Spiritual:
Explore beliefs and experience; respect values; discover oneself and the surrounding world; use imagination and creativity; reflect.
Moral:
Recognise right and wrong; understand consequences; investigate moral and ethical issues; offer reasoned views.
Social:
Use social skills in different contexts; work well with others; resolve conflicts; understand how communities work.
Cultural:
Appreciate cultural influences; participate in culture opportunities; understand, accept, respect and celebrate diversity.

 

SMSC/Music – Foundation stage Children work collaboratively in a group with rhythm sticks. The children have to listen carefully then copy the rhythm.

SMSC/PHSE/Citizenship – Year 2 are showing that the schools values are British value. These are (1) democracy, (2) the rule of law, (3) individual liberty, (4) mutual respect and (5) tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs

 

SMSC/PHCSE – Year 1 children did a poster about why they are special. They are embracing the fact they are all different and that makes them special.

 

SMSC – The children here were really enjoying their learning. They were really fascinated by the objects that the teacher had and were listen very intently as they were learning about objects linked to the T sound.

 

 

SMSC – Collaboratively work as a whole group to learn numbers.

 

SMSC – Linking the fact that there are rules and consequences within school and that we need to keep to these. This year 1 display has a photograph that shows a visual representation of this rule being exemplified well.

 

SMSC/PHSE/Citizenship – Year 2 are showing that the schools values are British value. These are (1) democracy, (2) the rule of law, (3) individual liberty, (4) mutual respect and (5) tolerance of those of different faiths and belief.

 

SMSC/PHSE/Citizenship – Year 6 are showing that the schools values are British value. These are (1) democracy, (2) the rule of law, (3) individual liberty, (4) mutual respect and (5) tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs. They have then thought about what these and have come up with words that represent these values within the classroom.

SMSC – The school follow a program of Assertive Mentoring. This programme involves the children taking responsibility for their actions. If they fully keep to the school values, doing homework on time, coming to school in fully uniform and always showing lovely manners then they are green. If they forget once or twice then they become yellow. This is a warning that their behaviour has been noted and is gives them time to re-think it. They are reviewed after a week when they are hopefully moved back to being green. If they fail to correct their behaviour then they are Red. These children are reviewed every month when we hope that they have reflected and have made changes to their behaviour. 

RE – Survey that shows the number of different religions in school.

SMSC/PHSE/Citizenship – Year 6 are showing that the schools values are British value. These are (1) democracy, (2) the rule of law, (3) individual liberty, (4) mutual respect and (5) tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs. In this year 5 classroom the teacher has added a peace tree to show how we embrace the different religions and faiths. There was also evidence within their books that they have reflected upon other faiths. They have looked at the similarities in terms of acceptance, respect, and tolerance.

SMSC/PHSE/Citizenship – Year 6 are showing that the schools values are British value. These are (1) democracy, (2) the rule of law, (3) individual liberty, (4) mutual respect and (5) tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs. In this year 5 classroom the teacher has added a peace tree to show now we embrace the different religions and faiths. There is also a graph on display that show the different religious and that even those there are 5 different regions we are all the same – human beings


RE/SMSC – This teacher in Year 3 had taught the children about the 10 commandments that are within the Christian faith and how important they are. The teacher then got the children to think of 10 commandments for year 3 children.

 

 

SMSC/PHSE/Citizenship – Year 6 are showing that the schools values are British value. These are (1) democracy, (2) the rule of law, (3) individual liberty, (4) mutual respect and (5) tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs.

 

SMSC/PHSE/Citizenship – Year 6 are showing that the schools values are British value. These are (1) democracy, (2) the rule of law, (3) individual liberty, (4) mutual respect and (5) tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs. In this year 5 classroom the teacher has added a peace tree to show now we embrace the different religions and faiths. There is also a graph on display that show the different religious and that even those there are 5 different regions we are all the same – human beings. 
SMSC/RE – A maths activity to investigate the different faiths within the classroom

 

SMSC/PHSE/RE – looking at the way we can help each other and work collaboratively within a school environment. I also observed the children helping each other within this year 1 class.

 

SMSC – E-safety is all about taking responsibility for the fact we need to keep safe on the internet. This ear 5 class has had the work with the E-Safety expert and has created poster to show how we can keep safe when using the Internet. The posters also show that the consequences of their actions.