Endsleigh Holy Child Voluntary Catholic Academy part of St Cuthbert's Roman Catholic Academy Trust
Working through Christ to inspire, learn, achieve and grow.
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|Friday 5th April||3.30pm||School closes for Easter holiday|
|Tuesday 23rd April||8.40am||School opens for the summer term|
|Monday 29th April||Mon-Thurs||Bikeability cycle training
Mon – Y4 & Y5 re-visit
Tues-Thurs – Y5
|Monday 6th May||Full day||May day – school closed.|
|Wednesday 8th May||am||Y5 growing up talks – school nurse.|
|Monday 13th May||Full week||Y6 SATS tests this week|
|Monday 20th May||Full week||Other faiths week – Judaism|
|am||Year 3 and 4 visit to the Synagogue|
|2.30pm||May Procession in school|
|Thursday 23rd May||Am||Year 5 and 6 visit to the Synagogue|
|Friday 24th May||3.30pm||School closes for half term|
|Monday 3rd June||8.40am||School opens|
|Friday 7th June||am||Y6 growing up talks – school nurse|
|Monday 10th June||Full week||Year 1 phonics screening week|
|Wednesday 19th June||am||KS2 sports afternoon|
|Thursday 20th June||am||EYFS sports afternoon|
|Wednesday 26th June||am||KS1 sports afternoon|
|Tuesday 2nd July||6pm||Summer music concert|
|Friday 5th July||Full day||Y6 reflection day at SMC|
|Monday 8th July||Full week||Y6 Transition week at SMC|
|Tuesday 9th July||Full day||1st Holy Communion reflection day|
|Thursday 18th July||10am||Prize Giving at SMC|
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‘A Journey in Love’
A Catholic primary school resource for Sex and Relationship Education
A Journey in Love is a resource created by Sister Jude Groden. It is the recommended programme for Catholic schools for Sex and Relationship Education, and has been written as a progressive scheme of work that supports the Religious Education, PSHE and Science curricular taught within the school.
As children progress through school, they discover more and more and more about themselves and the wider world. This thirst for learning new things in all aspects of life is fostered by the school so as to create a safe, stimulating environment for learning, supporting all children in their development.
Central to our work within the school is learning about our faith, understanding ourselves, our position in the community and how we develop as human beings – our spiritual, social, emotional and physical development. This is how A Journey in Love fits into the school’s curriculum. The scheme permeates through all levels of learning throughout the school. It focuses on friendship, family, community, relationships and spirituality.
As you might expect, not all issues related to personal development are covered by the end of Year 6. 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.
The context of Sex and Relationships Education in Catholic Schools
Archbishop Malcolm McMahon, Chair of the Catholic Education Service(CES), has said, “Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) forms part of the mission of Catholic schools to educate the whole person. Our schools have a long track record of educating young people who are prepared for adult life as informed and engaged members of society, and high quality RSE plays an important part in this. The CES welcome the Government’s commitment to protect parental right of withdrawal and involve parents in all stages of the delivery and development of RSE in all schools. It is essential that parents fully support the school’s approach to these sensitive matters.”
A Journey in Love programme content
An aspect of the mystery of love is taught in each year group; children are encouraged to marvel at the wonder and beauty of God’s creative love. This is reflected through a series of progressive and developmental tasks, activities and reflections which focus on physical, social, emotional, intellectual and spiritual development.
The following themes are studied from nursery to year 4:
|Nursery||Wonder at Gods’ Love|
|Reception||God loves each of us in our uniqueness|
|Year 1||We meet God’s love in our family|
|Year 2||We meet God’s love in the community|
|Year 3||How we live in love|
|Year 4||God loves us in our differences|
In years 5 and 6 we follow the “All that I am” scheme delivered to boys and girls during the summer term. Further information about this scheme can be found on the website
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