Spiritual Moral Social & Cultural @TheHartSchool

Some fantastic work on rain forests happening in Geography this week!
Mr Housley shared this resource he is using with his Year 8 class, where students compare their daily routines with members of the Awa tribe. #geography #smsc #schools #social #rainforests #awatribe
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Some fantastic work on rain forests happening in Geography this week! 
Mr Housley shared this resource he is using with his Year 8 class, where students compare their daily routines with members of  the Awa tribe. #geography #smsc #schools #social #rainforests #awatribe

Mr Brindley shared some work he has been doing with his form group:
This is to show how my Tutor group 7RBR, explored their own culture in lessons. They looked at how Roald Dahl had impacted on them growing up in terms of their enjoyment of reading and their imagination to create weird and wonderful characters. Here we have a pupil creating his own Roald Dahl inspired character! #roalddahl #smsc #creativity #schools
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Mr Brindley shared some work he has been doing with his form group:
This is to show how my Tutor group 7RBR, explored their own culture in lessons. They looked at how Roald Dahl had impacted on them growing up in terms of their enjoyment of reading and their imagination to create weird and wonderful characters. Here we have a pupil creating his own Roald Dahl inspired character! #roalddahl #smsc #creativity #schools

Some great #smsc work this week! #roalddahl #friendship. Mrs Wagstaff shared: ... See MoreSee Less

17 hours ago

Some great #smsc work this week! #roalddahl #friendship. Mrs Wagstaff shared:

Teachers sharing their SMSC work this week are: Mrs Wagstaff, Mr Brindley and Mr Housley ... See MoreSee Less

17 hours ago

What an excellent opportunity for our students!Ecuador & Galapagos Expedition 2018

Join us at our parents meeting on Wednesday 20th Sept at 18.30 in the Upper School Hall #thehartschool
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4 days ago

What an excellent opportunity for our students!

What an excellent week at The Hart School! Mrs D’Arcy-Barron shared:
Year 13 students have continued their study of the novel. We discussed the key themes to the book:
- Love (L’amour)
- Homelessness (Les SDF)
- Society (La société)
- Belonging/solitude (L’appartenance/la solitude)
- Exclusion (L’exclusion)
Students did a round robin around the classroom allowing them to explore the presentation of the themes above!
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4 days ago

What an excellent week at The Hart School! Mrs D’Arcy-Barron shared: 
Year 13 students have continued their study of the novel.  We discussed the key themes to the book:
-   Love (L’amour)
-   Homelessness (Les SDF)
-   Society (La société)
-   Belonging/solitude (L’appartenance/la solitude)
-   Exclusion (L’exclusion)
Students did a round robin around the classroom allowing them to explore the presentation of the themes above!

Happy Roald Dahl Day! #roalddahl #roalddahlday #reading #books #smsc ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Happy Roald Dahl Day! #roalddahl #roalddahlday #reading #books #smsc

Wondering what S.M.S.C. stands for? See the attached image for a definition of each of the strands: spiritual, moral, social and cultural development. ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Wondering what S.M.S.C. stands for? See the attached image for a definition of each of the strands: spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

Our SMSC social media pages celebrate the ways in which The Hart School promotes the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our students. ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

Our SMSC social media pages celebrate the ways in which The Hart School promotes the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our students.

Mrs Darcy-Barron shared:
Today, my year 11 class were discussing what they should or shouldn’t do to help the environment.
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6 days ago

Mrs Darcy-Barron shared: 
Today, my year 11 class were discussing what they should or shouldn’t do to help the environment.

There has been some fantastic SMSC work in our tutor groups this week! Mr Simpson shared some of the reflective work our students are doing about themselves to build self-esteem and some of the Roald Dahl celebrations today! ... See MoreSee Less

6 days ago

There has been some fantastic SMSC work in our tutor groups this week! Mr Simpson shared some of the reflective work our students are doing about themselves to build self-esteem and some of the Roald Dahl celebrations today!

Mr Simpson shared:

Students in Year 8 and 9 are reflecting on their attributes in tutor time this week. They are celebrating their personal strengths and building self confidence by talking positively about themselves and others.
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1 week ago

Mr Simpson shared: 

Students in Year 8 and 9 are reflecting on their attributes in tutor time this week. They are celebrating their personal strengths and building self confidence by talking positively about themselves and others.

Mr Simpson shared:
Students in year eight are exploring the notion of self esteem in tutor time. This quote was used as a point of discussion on our roles in the school community.
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Mr Simpson shared: 
Students in year eight are exploring the notion of self esteem in tutor time. This quote was used as a point of discussion on our roles in the school community.

Miss Harrington-Jones shared:

I asked my students in year 9 to reflect on what helps them to learn and what makes a good teacher. Here are some of their responses:
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1 week ago

Miss Harrington-Jones shared: 

I asked my students in year 9 to reflect on what helps them to learn and what makes a good teacher. Here are some of their responses:

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Congratulations to the talented students of The Hart School for this excellent short film. The script was written by Anya Tregay and Ben Griffiths who won the CET scriptwriting competition this year. They were fortunate to work with a professional film company to produce the film.One for Sorrow was written by Anya Tregay and Benjamin Griffiths, pupils at The Hart School, a Creative Education Trust school in Rugeley. They were the winn...
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Mrs D'Arcy-Barron shared:
On Friday, my Y13 started their studies of a French novel called ‘No et Moi’.
It’s a story of a very bright student who does a piece of research about young homeless girls and becomes friends with a homeless girl. The homeless girl comes from a broken home of abuse and the bright girl lives with her mother who suffers from depression. So although both come from different worlds, they become close friends as solitude brings them together.
In studying this novel, my students will discuss and explore the dynamics of this friendship and explore the difficulties both characters face.
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1 week ago

Mrs DArcy-Barron shared: 
On Friday, my Y13 started their studies of a French novel called ‘No et Moi’. 
It’s a story of a very bright student who does a piece of research about young homeless girls and becomes friends with a homeless girl. The homeless girl comes from a broken home of abuse and the bright girl lives with her mother who suffers from depression. So although both come from different worlds, they become close friends as solitude brings them together.
In studying this novel, my students will discuss and explore the dynamics of this friendship and explore the difficulties both characters face.

Each week, staff will share the ways in which they promote the spiritual, moral, social and cultural development of our students. Staff nominated this coming week are: Mrs D'Arcy-Barron, Mr Simpson and Ms Harrington-Jones. Looking forward to sharing their excellent work with you! ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

How do we ensure a thorough, robust coverage of the S.M.S.C. curriculum? ... See MoreSee Less

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How do we ensure a thorough, robust coverage of the S.M.S.C. curriculum?

As a part of our S.M.S.C. curriculum, we promote fundamental British Values. We ensure that students have opportunities to explore and develop their understanding of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith. ... See MoreSee Less

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As a part of our S.M.S.C. curriculum, we promote fundamental British Values. We ensure that students have opportunities to explore and develop their understanding of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.
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