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PATHS

 

Programme for promoting Alternative Thinking Strategies

 

Vision

By the end of their journey at Broad Oak, we aim for ALL children to be able to feel confident and capable enough to talk about a wide range of emotions. Our hope is that they will be able to regulate these feelings appropriately in a variety of situations. 

 

Intent

At Broad Oak Community Primary School, we aspire to be kinder people, take responsibility for our own actions and to be empathetic towards others. We respect the world we live in by recognising and being tolerant of those who are different or have different faiths and beliefs, celebrating our differences and treating everyone equally. PATHS intends to encourage children to become confident Social and Emotional Learners (SEL) building on self-awareness, social awareness, self-management, responsible decision making and relationship skills. Our teachings are underpinned by the PATHS Golden Rule – treat others how you want to be treated - which will empower all our children to develop the fundamental social and emotional learning skills that will enable them to make positive choices throughout life.

 

What are the main aims of PATHS? 

PATHS Improves 

PATHS Reduces

Self-Esteem

Aggressive Behaviour 

Self Control

Emotional Distress

Emotional Intelligence

Conduct Problems

Classroom Behaviour

 

Conflict Resolution

 

Academic Engagement

 

 

Learning Ambassadors Subject Leader Linked Governor

KS1 - Jacob

LKS2 - Khaleesi

UKS2 - Thomas

Miss Bowes Leanne Waring
Look at our learning ...  
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Year 1
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Year 2
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Year 3
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Year 4
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Year 5
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Year 6

 

What our pupils say about PATHS

 

Subject Overview

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Occasionally data is collected for a sample of children to analyse the impact of PATHS accross school. Please see the attached PATHS Privacy Statement and inform us if you wish for your child to opt out of data collection.

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