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Diary Dates  


24th - Y4/5 Big Dig Trip

25th - Sports Day

25th - Close for Half Term



4th - School Re-opens

4th - Yr4/5 Parents information Evening (Happyfest Residential)

4th - Friends Meeting 8.00pm at The Wheatsheaf

8th - Chestnut Class Forest School Visit with Wolf 1.00-3.00pm (Parents welcome)

14th - New Starters Evening

15th - Oak Class Forest School Visit with Wolf 1.00-3.00pm (Parents welcome)

21/22nd - Y4/5 Happy Fest Residential

24th - Duck Race

27/28/29th - Y6 London Residential

29th - Buddy Picnic



2nd - Transition Week

5th - BBQ & Summer Fair

10/11th - Parent Structured Conversations

17/18th - Y6 Production 2.00pm & 6.00pm

19th - Deer Shed KS2

20th - Leavers Assembly 1.00pm

School Closes 2.00pm






Our PSHCE Curriculum

At Knayton, our PSHCE curriculum is designed specifically for our children, considering their needs. We have three key foci for PSHCE: We are role models,  We are healthy and safe  and We are global citizens.  At Knayton, we use Philosophy for Children (P4C) to explore issues and teach the children questioning, thinking and debate skills. We believe that children need to feel safe and happy in order to learn and achieve their potential and our PSHCE curriculum aims to embed safe practices as well as happiness, self-confidence and self-esteem. Fundamental British Values of Democracy, Rule of Law, Tolerance, Mutual Respect and Individual Liberty are explored through our approach and are also embedded across all aspects of school life, including Collective Worship, the creative curriculum and our ethos and core values.






We Are Role Models!


We are healthy and safe!

We are Global Citizens!


Our Class Rules

What are our school core values?

How can I be a good friend?

What are feelings?

What is special about me?

How can I stay healthy?

How does change make me feel?

How can we care for the world around us?

What is money?


Our Class Rules

What is special about our school?

How can we resolve conflict with friends?

How do feelings affect us?

Can I change who I am?

When can medicines and substances be dangerous for my body?

How can I embrace change?

What are the key features of a healthy lifestyle?

How can my actions affect the wider world?

How does my life compare with other children my age around the world?

What if money grew on trees?

How can I make a difference to the world?


Our Class Rules

What is my role in my school and my future?

What makes a good relationship?

Hoe do feelings affect us and other people?

What do I want my life to be like in 10 years' time?

Sex and Relationships Education, including How will I change as I get   older?

Drugs Education- When are drugs safe? When are substances harmful?

How can I stay healthy- physically and mentally?

What are laws and how will they affect my future?

How can I be a good Global Citizen?

How could money affect my future?

What are the similarities between my life and the lives of children   across the world?

How can my actions affect the wider world?