Welcome to the

Personal, Social, Health and Emotional Well-being page.






Our Value this month is....

Working hard.




   Well worth a look!!

To support your child in developing a Growth Mindset, why not join up to get the free activities from 'The big Journal' click on the link.  




 At school we are talking about the '5 points to Wellbeing'. What this means to us and how we can help ourselves and others.

5 ways to wellbeing

You may like to watch together the short video and talk about what you can do to help your own wellbeing.

Anne Freud have produced a leaflet on ' You are never too young to talk mental health'.  Please see attached.      parent-leaflet-mental-health.pdf

 A useful article about  'helping children to cope with anxiety' is attached below.




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 At Sharnbrook Primary we strive  to support children to become confident, self-efficient, resilient, motivated and compassionate. To be emotionally stable to be able to enjoy and embrace life, both now and in the future.


Lead teacher - Mrs Fensom

Our PSHE programme aims to provide pupils with the knowledge, understanding, attitudes, values and skills they need in order to reach their potential as individuals and within the community.
Pupils are encouraged to take part in a wide range of activities and experiences across and beyond the curriculum, contributing fully to the life of their school and communities. In doing so they learn to recognise their own worth, work well with others and become increasingly responsible for their own learning. They reflect on their experiences and understand how they are developing personally and socially, tackling many of the spiritual, moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up.
They learn to understand and respect our common humanity; diversity and differences so that they can go on to form the effective, fulfilling relationships that are an essential part of life and learning.

Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) is a subject which teachers use to address class and community specific issues; staff hold a discrete circle time each week to discuss relevant topics. We follow the programme of study from the PSHE Association.

Our Values education supports PSHE throughout all subjects including assembly and play times. It is a key theme in assembly and at least one assembly a week is dedicated to it. There is a different Value chosen as a focus for each month.

Our Values this year are:

Work hard


Self- control


Listening to others

Speaking politely


Trying our best



Being thoughtful


Relationships Education is taught through our P.S.H.E lessons, during the school year with the focus on understanding relationships and how our body and feelings change as we get older. We endeavour to answer children’s questions as honestly as possible.

We follow the P.S.H.E Associations programme of study. Please see below:


    Our School Rules

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Websites and activities.

 An activity to use at home to talk about feelings - feeling-faces.docx

First  Aid for feelings booklet - FirstAidForFeelings-booklet.pdf

 E-safety -

Here is a link from the NSPCC giving advice on how to talk to your children about esafety


 For information on sleep-


Growth Mindset and Well Being - For free ideas to support your child to develop a Growth Mindset.
Sign up for the freebies! Click here for the link.

(More sites given below the  photographs).


We recognise that it can be embarrassing or uncomfortable to talk about issues such as the components of friendship, romantic relationships, the influence of social media on wellbeing, recognising abuse and other topics with your child. More advice about having such conversations can be found here. talking-about-difficult-topics.


          Our  school display about 'Well being'.


Our school display all about 'Emotions'.


Mental Well-being: 
Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families
Key stages: early years foundation stage to key stage 2

British Psychological Society (BPS)
Key stages: early years foundation stage to key stage 2
Description: advice on dealing with school closures and talking to children about COVID-19.

Children’s Commissioner
Key stages: early years foundation stage to key stage 2

Key stages: early years foundation stage to key stage 2
Description: an educational resource for all adults on children and young people’s mental health.

The Child Bereavement Network
Key stages: early years foundation stage to key stage 2
Description: advice on supporting grieving children during the coronavirus outbreak.
Registration: not required