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Our Vision

Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education forms part of our broad and balanced curriculum. Our PSHE curriculum brings together citizenship and personal well-being, while promoting a British values based education. We help children understand how they are developing personally and socially which helps them make decisions and tackle issues that are all part of growing up. We foster our children’s self-esteem and encourage them to embrace challenge. Our teaching places emphasis on collaboration and co-operation as well as individual learning. We place importance on celebrating their success and recognising achievement in its different forms.

The children’s spiritual, moral, social and cultural development is developed through opportunities for them to learn about rights and responsibilities and to appreciate what it means to become a member of our diverse society. Our children are encouraged to develop their sense of self-worth by playing a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community. British Values are promoted to support our children to become healthy, independent and responsible members of society. This is necessary if they are to make sense of their experiences, value themselves, respect each other, appreciate differences and feel confident and informed as British citizen now and in the future.

 

PSHE is taught throughout the school during assemblies or weekly lessons focussing on different topics each term and is embedded throughout the school day. Key national campaigns and global events are focussed on throughout the year e.g. Children’s Mental Health Week, Road Safety Week, Children in Need. Children are supported and encouraged to interact using the skills they are developing and to make links with other areas of learning (History, Geography, PE, Science, RE)

 

Our curriculum:

· Promotes the physical, social and emotional well-being of pupils including developing effective interpersonal relationships

· Provides sex, relationships (RSE) in line with statutory guidance

· Provides statutory health education including drug education and the importance of a healthy lifestyle

· Promotes British values and citizenship (Democracy, the Rule of Law, Liberty, Respect and Tolerance)

· Provides a safe place for discussion of current, relevant social issues

· Prepares children for the next stage of their education

· Provides an awareness of careers and financial education

· Helps children use technology safely and responsibly, and awareness of other personal safety

 

From EYFS to Year 6 our we cover the following areas as a whole school (1 per half term)

· Being Me in My World (Term 1)

· Celebrating Difference (Term 2)

· Dreams and Goals (Term 3)

· Healthy Me (Term 4)

· Relationships (Term 5)

· Changing Me (Term 6)

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