Zones of Regulation
At St Margaret's we know how important it is to be able to communicate our feelings and have a positive state of mind. Our zones of regulation give us a shared language in order to talk about our feelings and ensure we are feeling happy and ready to learn in school and are able to as for help when we need to. The flipbook gives us ideas for strategies when we are in each of the zones. See the attached powerpoint for a clear explanation of how we use these Zones in our school.
cookery in the curriculum
We teach a skills based cookery curriculum which is delivered across school as part of Design and Technology to promote healthy lifestyles and a love of cooking.cookery in the curriculum
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As our children grow, we want them to develop emotionally, socially and spiritually so they become confident and fullfilled young people. At St Margaret's, our RSE curriculum aims to prepare them for the changes and challenges they will encounter to enable them to develop the skills and independence to make healthy and responsible choices. We recongnise and celebrate the diversity of experiences, cultures, backgrounds and faiths in our school. This helps us as a community to foster positive attitudes, respect and tolerance for others and create a safe environment in which our pupils can grow, learn and develop positive, healthy behaviour for life.
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Change for life Website
A great website for healthy packed lunch ideas as well as recipes for mealtimes. Lots of information about physical activity and mental well being for families.
Here at St Margaret's we are committed to supporting the health and wellbeing of our school community. We are continuously striving to provide opportunities for children to learn about and explore aspects of health and wellbeing throughout the curriculum. This includes physical activity, knowledge about healthy eating, cookery skills, Personal, Social, Health and Economic education (PSHE) and Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) provision. We hope you will find useful information in this section of our website including links to wider services. Please contact the school if you require further information which cannot be found on our site.
Use this to help you get a healthier more balanced diet.