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A Journey in Love

During the course of the year your child has been taking part in regular Jigsaw lessons. This is a mindful approach to personal, social and health education (PSHE). The children have been learning about how we are all individual, celebrating our differences, identifying successes and goals for the future and how to live in a healthy life. Last half term the children focused on relationships, naming family members, friends and understanding how important relationships are in helping us feel loved and wanted.

 

This week we are looking at how we have changed both, emotionally and physically over the school year in our lives. Next week (week beginning Monday 15th July) in school we will be delivering the sex and relationship education (SRE) part of our PSHE curriculum.

 

The children will be following “A Journey in Love” in years Foundation Stage 2 to Year 4. In years 5 & 6, the children have already followed this programme earlier in the term in conjunction with the sex education sessions provided by the school nursing team.

 

In each year group, an aspect of love is explored and developed starting from Foundation Stage 2 to Year 6. The children are encouraged to marvel at the wonder and beauty of Gods creative love reflected in each person under the components: physical, intellectual, social, emotional and spiritual. The content is age appropriate and is taught with sensitivity, taking into account the children’s level of maturity in regard to the delivery of the lessons. As with all aspects of learning, children are naturally curious and many will have questions related to their lessons. Opportunities to discuss questions form part of the lessons and again, these are treated with care and understanding.

 

If you have any questions about the lessons, please come and see the class teacher who will happily show you the lesson and talk through it.

St Mary’s College, Academy of Music & Arts – Statement

Following a meeting organised by Diana Johnson MP, Emma Hardy MP and Karl Turner MP, between the Leader of the Council, Councillor Brady, Councillor Clarke, the Director of Children’s Services, representatives of the St Cuthbert’s Catholic Academy Trust and the Diocese of Middlesbrough, an agreed understanding on the Trusts’ proposed future music tuition, practice and music curriculum was established. 
The St Cuthbert’s Catholic Academy Trust will be taking the music tuition, practice and music curriculum for the schools it is responsible for, into a new ‘in house’ provision delivered by staff directly employed by the Trust. The Trust is not, as has been widely reported, establishing a rival music service to that already delivered by Hull Music Service. The Trust is keen to continue to work with the Hull Music Service on future City wide projects in Hull. 
The Council is committed to the continuation of Hull Music Service and will work with the Service to ensure the delivery of their programme and services going forward.
 
Kevin Duffy on behalf of The Diocese of Middlesbrough & Ged Fitzpatrick on behalf of St Cuthbert’s RC Academy Trust

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