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Please be reminded we have an inset day on Monday 6th June 2022

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Please note school is closed to staff & students on Friday 27th May for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee

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Barrow Hedges is delighted to have won the Anchored Schools Platinum Safeguarding Award following their safeguarding audit on 15th November 2021.

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Cirrus Primary Academy Trust are following the latest information and guidance for educational establishments from Public Health England. Information relating to the virus has been and will continue to be shared on a regular basis. For the latest information specifically relating to Barrow Hedges please click here.

Barrow Hedges Primary School

Personal, Social and Emotional Development

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Children’s personal, social and emotional development (PSED) is crucial for children to lead healthy and happy lives and is fundamental to their cognitive development.

Underpinning their personal development are the important attachments that shape their social world. Strong, warm and supportive relationships with adults enable children to learn how to understand their own feelings and those of others.

Children should be supported to manage emotions, develop a positive sense of self, set themselves simple goals, have confidence in their own abilities, to persist and wait for what they want and direct attention as necessary. Through adult modelling and guidance, they will learn how to look after their bodies, including healthy eating, and manage personal needs independently. Through supported interactions with other children, they learn how to make good friendships, cooperate and resolve conflicts peacefully. These attributes will provide a secure platform from which children can achieve at school and in later life.

Here's an example of high quality interactions that support personal, social and emotional development, captured on our electronic platform, Tapestry. 

 We are having lots of fun dressing up. (A) "I want to be this dress because I like this princess best. It's a Belle dress." (E) "Can you help me find the frozen dress. I want to be Elsa." (S) "This dress so beautiful, it's like a fairy. I want this one. My favourite princess is Elsa though. She has a blue dress not a white one." We happily share and change our costumes, helping each other if we find it tricky. (E) "Can you help me do this up please?" (S) "Sure. It's got sticky bits at the back. I can stick it for you." Once we've finished getting ready we get busy having a tea party together. We even take a phone call from a prince! (E) "The prince wants chocolate cake." (A) "I can make it for him. I need to bake it in the oven."
Wow girls what busy princesses you are. I love how you could use your words to talk about what you like to play best. And what great friends you are by being so helpful to each other.
Well done 👍👏👍