St Augustine of Canterbury Catholic Primary School

Deanwood Drive, Parkwood, Gillingham, Kent, ME8 9NP
Tel: 01634 371892
Headteacher: Mrs Louise Prestidge


Our Spiritual, moral, cultural and social calendar

Date

Event

British Values Link

September

School council elections and creation of class values.

 

House Captains

 

Eco Warrior Elections.

Spiritual, moral, social and cultural.

 

·         Children understand the importance of democracy.

·         Promotion of pupil voice.

·         Promotion of good behaviour

·         Understand the rule of law. Understanding the importance of keeping safe, secure and what happens when rules are broken.

September

 

Jeans for Genes Day

 

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September

British food Week

 

What does it mean to be British?

 

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Cultural, British values

 

·         Understand what it means and feels like to be British.

 

October

Judaism Week

 

Visit to the local Synagogue.

Spiritual

 

·         Understanding other faiths within our community.

October

Black History Day

 

Studied a different influential person in each class.

 

Martine Luther King, Nelson Mandela, Rosa Parks, Barack Oblama.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

October

Harvest Festival

 

Collection of food donations given to a local charity; Helping Hands.

Spiritual and moral.

 

·         To understand the importance of Harvest.

·         To understand how we can support those who are in need.

·         To promote collaborative partnerships with the local community.

 

11th November


Armistice Day

 

The whole school joined in a collective act of worship commemorating those who lost their lives in the service of their country.

Spiritual, moral, social and cultural.

 

·         To understand the importance of commemoration

·         Respect those who have fight for our country.

·         Respect for all service people from the past and present.

 

November

Anti-bullying Week

 

This year’s theme was “Make a noise about bullying” – encouraging everyone to speak out when they think bullying is taking place.

Social and moral

 

·         To re-inforce our school anti-bullying ethos.

·         To ensure all children are equipped to recognise and challenge bullying behaviours.

·         Making sure children understand their role if they think someone is being bullied.

·         Making a positive contribution to society.

 

November

Road Safety Week

 

Road Safety Visit

 

Road Safety Walk

Social and moral

 

·         To reinforce road safety messages so that children are confident when travelling outside of school.

Date set for February

Safer Internet Day

 

Signing of Pupil agreements, Magnta Carta rules when using the internet.

Social and moral

 

·         To reinforce our esafety message so that children are empowered to make safe moral choices in their internet use.

 

Date set for February

National Number Day in support of NSPCC

 

Social and moral

 

·         To help promote collaborative partnerships.