Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) Education is a subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to manage their lives now and in the future. These skills and attributes help pupils to stay healthy, safe and prepare them for life. A growing body of research shows that pupils who are emotionally healthy do better at school. PSHE education helps children and young people to achieve their potential by supporting their wellbeing and tackling issues that can affect their ability to learn.

We have recently introduced a new PSHE resource -SCARF- which we are using alongside the SEAL and the Hampshire scheme and resources.

Safety – Caring – Achievement – Resilience – Friendship.

Each year group has a theme for the half term and lessons involve circle times, class and group discussions or individual work. The year 1 children have enjoyed learning about Harold and his toy giraffe Geoffrey this term. They have been learning about keeping safe.

Click here to view the themes for each year group each half term.

Anti-Bullying Week – November 2019

In November we took part in Anti-Bullying Week. The theme for 2019 was “Change starts with us.” We took part in lots of activities to help us understand what bullying is and what we do if someone is being bullied.  To start our Anti-Bullying Week all students wore odd socks to celebrate that we are all unique and the differences make the world an interesting and diverse place to live.

What is bullying?

A bully is someone who hurts someone else by using behaviour which is meant to hurt, frighten or upset another person. This behaviour is repeated several times.

Bullying is not

  • Falling out with your friends.
  • Fighting.
  • Accidents.
  • Something that only happens once.

3 steps to stop a bully.





  • Ask them to STOP if you can.
  • Ignore them.
  • Walk away
  • Tell an adult straight away.


  • Get angry back
  • Hit them
  • Hide it.
  • Think it’s your fault.


Healthy Eating Tips

At The Bay, we regularly promote the importance of healthy balanced diets and lifestyles to our pupils through meal times, PSHE and PE lessons.  We regularly will be share information with parents about what healthy eating looks like and how we can encourage the children to make healthy choices.

Click here to read more information about healthy eating

Click here to see some healthy lunch box ideas, click here to see more ideas.

Click here to see some healthy drink ideas for lunchboxes

Click here to view the recipe for spicy chicken and salad wrap

Click here to view the recipe for Salsa and Tortilla chips


Smoothie Bike

Recently Year 1 had a visit from the smoothie bike. Nicky Metcalfe from Active travel brought a bike to school that made smoothies and slushies. First we had to put lots of fruit into a blender with milk and ice-cream and then to mix it up we all had a turn to pedal the bike. After we had tasted the smoothie, we put fruit and orange juice into the blender and pedalled to make a fruit slushie. We really  enjoyed making smoothies to help us learn about healthy eating choices.

Important Updates - The Bay CE Primary School

*Newsletter No22 - 5th March 2021*

Please click here to read this weeks newsletter.


*Beat Miss Bird - Grand Finale*

Please click here to see this final video.

Choose a dance craze or complete a mixed mash-up and send your entries to for 1 point towards your Sporting Star badge. 

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