Meriden C of E Primary School, Fillongley Road, Meriden CV7 7LW
Tel: 01676 522488 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Headteacher: Mrs Lucy Winkler
Meriden C of E Primary School
Friends, Faith and Lifelong Learning
Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education
Children are encouraged to be independent, self-
members of our school community. The pastoral care of pupils is normally the
responsibility of the class teacher, with the support of the Headteacher and
Assistant Headteachers. We have an active PSHEE Policy that is continually
being updated; celebrating the high importance we give to the pastoral care
The PSHEE scheme identifies opportunities within every curriculum area. Positive attitudes such as cooperation, politeness and thought for others are explored and encouraged for the benefit of everyone, not just the individual so that we may all enjoy a happy working environment. Citizenship issues are addressed as they arise, and in key stage assemblies. We are proud that our work in this area has been recognised with the achievement of ‘Healthy Schools Standard’.
From Year 1 upwards, each class has a class council. Representatives come to School Council which is involved in school decisions and has an agenda ‘to make school better’. To see our School Council Page click here!
‘The good thing is that the pupils get to have a say on what the school is like’ (Y6 pupil).
We encourage a positive approach to behaviour. Children in Key Stage 2 work for ‘Smiley Awards’, which can be won for effort in work and behaviour. Children in Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 are awarded Rainbow certificates. ‘In addition, each class teacher can nominate a ‘Star of the week’ for a range of reasons. There is also a ‘Playground Star’ nominated by lunchtime supervisors. We celebrate these successes in a ‘Well done’ Assembly each Friday to which parents are always invited. All adults in school take part in giving the rewards.
The Behaviour Policy was developed in consultation with pupils parents to promote good behaviour and counteract bullying. All classes hold ‘Circle Time’ following a personal and social development programme dependent on the time of year.