At Henry Whipple SMSC underpins everything we do. We recognise that the personal development of the children, spiritually, morally, socially and culturally plays a significant role in their ability to learn and to grow into well rounded members of society.
We provide an education that provides children with opportunities to explore and develop:
Spiritual Development – The children’s beliefs, religious or otherwise, which inform their perspective on life and their interest in and respect for other people’s beliefs and values. We promote this @ HWP through the following:
Moral Development – A pupil’s understanding, attitude and behaviour to what is right and what is wrong. This is developed @ HWP through the following:
Social Development – a pupil’s progressive acquisition of the competencies and qualities needed to play a full part in society. We promote this @ HWP through the following:
Cultural Development – A child’s understanding of the beliefs, values and customs in their own and others social, ethnic and national groups. We promote this @ HWP through:
A lovely afternoon spent having tea and cakes with lots of mums who came into school to celebrate with their children.
Nottingham Police have helped us learn more about staying safe. We had a fantastic assembly delivered to us. The children learnt all about how police dogs are used in investigations and how vital the dogs are as part of the police team.
We have raised a fantastic £168 for comic relief. JLT held a cake sale and we sold red noses. Thank you to everybody that contributed towards this!
- British Values
-Safer Internet Day
-Chinese New Year
-Charles Dickens' Birthday
-World Book Day
-World Poetry Day
-Message of Easter
- Anti-Bullying Week
- New Beginnings
- Black History Month
- World Mental Health Day
- European Languages Day
- International day of Democracy
- Children in need
- NSPCC Assembly
Autumn 2018: Christmas events @ HWP
All children years 1-6 have attended an Advent Service at the church today. We sang a selection of Carols and children from each year group provided us with bible readings and information about Advent.
This week Henry Whipple have supported Anti-Bullying Week. This year the theme was choose respect. All classes have discussed the importance of this and have participated in activities to promote this. Here is a selection of the brilliant work produced by the children.
Games of Remembrance Event
World War 1 Centenary Match at Notts County
All proceeds donated to our local food bank, supporting the community.
Recent Assembly themes:
Summer term: Election time: Your Vote Counts!
We are busy preparing for our in-school Pupil Ambassadors election for September. Year 5 have completed their expressions of interest and these are currently being carefully considered by Mrs Burgess, Mrs Winter and Mr O'Leary. Watch this space for the election campaigns to begin...
During assembly we discussed what `respect` means, how we can show it and why we should be respectful. We also spoke about our British Values which we should follow and be proud of. We discussed the impact of these on us. We delved deep with our thoughts.
Thank you to MP Graham Allen for visiting our school to support our British Values Week.
Your assembly really helped our children to understand about why it is important to vote and what Democracy means for us all in Britain today...
Well done to all our candidates for preparing detailed answers to our debating questions in assemblies across Election Week...
Children answered then debated these questions: