Year five and six students at Wynndale Primary School have taken part in a special Premier League Primary Stars assembly, aimed at improving behaviours in and out of the classroom as pupils re-adapt to School life.
The PHSE session, delivered by Premier League Primary Stars coordinator Jordan Ferrer, helps pupils to understand and adhere to the Premier League values of ‘Be Connected’ ‘Be Inspired’ ‘Be Ambitious’ and ‘Be Fair’ within their day to day school lives.
The session encouraged pupils to highlight how their behaviour could be improved in the playground helping to ensure all pupils feel included in activities.
Jordan Ferrer, PL Primary Stars Coordinator, said “The session was really helpful for the pupils, some of which have struggled to feel involved with games at playtime since the school reopened to its full capacity.
“During the Q&A part of the session, there were a lot of good answers which has given teaching staff an early indication that pupils do understand how certain behaviours can be interpreted by others, and also how they may change their own approach to another child to make them feel involved.
“This school year has been tough considering the three months pupils have spent learning from home, whilst others in the key worker bubble have formed new friendships – it can be hard for others coming back, so we’re hoping this assembly, along with our other continued projects including daily lunchtime provision, will go a long way to rebuilding friendships and instilling a positive behavioural mind-set”