Personal and Social Health Education (PSHE)
The impact of PSHE is measured by the development of the whole child, through questioning, discussion and observations of relationships between friends, groups and within the school community and of course from the child’s own observations of how they feel.
The impact of our PSHE teaching is seen in the ability that children have to flourish within the school environment in terms of their perseverance, friendships, compassion and ability to be reflective and think deeply in regard to a wide range of circumstances and opportunities.
Our PSHE curriculum will ensure that all children embrace their place in society; they will enter the next step of their education as confident, inquisitive and resilient learners with a compassion and respect for others and their opinions.
Through the development of progressive Health Education, all children will be able to make the right choices to keep themselves and others around them physically, emotionally and mentally safe and secure; they will have the confidence and resilience to seek or offer help when needed.
The development of progressive, secure and all-encompassing Relationship Education will provide all children with the emotional resilience needed to build healthy relationships throughout their lives and to take their place in society as tolerant, respectful and responsible citizens.