SPHE RESOURCES - 2 - 20Introduction As students return to school, their extended absence will have impacted on their learning, wellbeing and weeks in primary school. In addition, they will be adjusting to a range of changes to schooling brought about by the pandemic. Looking at Social, Personal and Health Educationimplementation of SPHE and RSE provides a structure for educating young people about their health and well-being in a planned, coherent and developmental way. Readers of this report and of Well-Being in Post-Primary Schools will note a shared
Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) This 100 hour SPHE short course builds on the Junior Cycle Social, Personal and Health Education Framework which SPHE teachers currently use to plan their SPHE programme in junior cycle. Primary School (PAWS) Water Safety IrelandPrimary School (PAWS) Bernard Cahill 2020-02-25T16:16:47+00:00. Every child can now learn water safety skills in the classroom. Water Safety Ireland has created a free educational resource for primary schools called PAWS (Primary Aquatics Water Safety). PAWS outlines life-saving guidelines for children of every age and is available digitally to Relationships and Sexuality Education Resources for Post Relationships and Sexuality Education Resources for Post Primary School Teachers Training is provided by the Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST) book online at sphe.ie Growing Up LGBT:Junior and Senior Cycle SPHE - sphe.ie
This Primary Anti-Cyber Bullying Teachers Handbook is an SPHE resource developed to engage 5th and 6th class primary school students on the topic of cyber bullying. A series of short animations is the centrepiece of the resource. SPHE Policy - St. Raphaels Primary SchoolIntroductory StatementThe staff of St Raphaels formulated this school plan for SPHE, in consulation with our Board of Management and our Parents, as we believe that SPHE is a shared responsibility and their contributions and involvement will be essential to the effective implementation of the SPHE programme in the school.It was drafted during an in-school planning day, with the assistance Short Course Social, Personal & Health EducationSPHE provides the context within which young people can learn about important physical, social, emotional and moral issues around relationships, sexual health, sexuality and gender identity, including where to get reliable information from trusted sources. It is important to build on students learning in SPHE in primary education also.
Curriculum development:The Report recommends the development of a single, integrated curriculum for RSE and SPHE spanning both primary and post-primary education, with adequate time to teach it. Work on new specifications for SPHE/RSE will commence in the NCCA in 2021 - Social, Personal and Health Education (SPHE) in the The Primary School Curriculum:Social, Personal and Health Education(Department of Education and Science, 1999a), from here on referred to as the SPHE curriculum, was published as part of the Primary School Curriculum (Department of Education and Science, 1999b). SPHE is one of the six areas of learning in the curriculum. Social, Personal and Health EducationThe emphasis in the primary school is on providing a foundation in SPHE, that will inform the childs actions and decisions and provide a basis for further development. SPHE is a shared responsibility.
The Stay Safe programme itself is a personal safety skills programme designed for use with primary school children from Junior Infants through to 6th class.SPHE WelcomeSPHE, as part of the curriculum, supports the personal development, health and well-being of young people and helps them create and maintain supportive relationships. SPHE in Post-Primary schools is a programme for students in the Junior Cycle and builds on the experience of all children at Primary level.