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PSHE education is a planned programme of learning on the curriculum through which children and young people acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills to manage their lives, now and in the future.

As part of a whole school approach, PSHE education develops the qualities and skills students need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society. Citizenship and Careers Guidance Education are taught as part of the PSHE programme. PSHE supports the provision of SMSC in school, and, via this, promotes British Values and the PREVENT agenda. We assess students against the End of Key Stage statements.

Our delivery of PSHE is creative. We adopt and adapt various resources to work for our students’ needs. Drama and role play enable students to experience different situations in the security of a school classroom. PSHE responds to the needs of our students and is always appropriate to their level of understanding.

Primary

 

Year  

 

Autumn Term

 

Spring Term Summer Term
Year 1

The Caring School

Friends and Friendship Focus on Special People Keeping Healthy Growing and Changing Keeping Myself Safe The World of Drugs
Year 2

The Caring School

Feelings and Relationships Growing and Changing Healthy Lifestyles Me, My Community and the Environment Keeping Myself Safe The World of Drugs Focus on Outdoors

 

Year   Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Year 3

The Caring School

Feelings, Friends and Friendship Loss, Separation and Relationships

My Healthy Body-Food and Healthy Eating

Taking Responsibility for my Healthy Lifestyle

Rights and Responsibilities Keeping Myself Safe The World of Drugs
Year 4

The Caring School

Feelings, Friends and Friendship Respecting the Differences Between People My Healthy Body Caring for my Body How do rules and laws affect me? Keeping Myself Safe The World of Drugs
Year 5

The Caring School

Bullies – Bullying Pressures and Risks Me and My Relationships – Focus on Memories Lifestyles and Cultures Political Literacy and Citizenship Growing Up – Relationships and Responsibilities of Puberty The World of Drugs
Year 6

The Caring School

Growing Up – Relationships Growing Up – Responsibilities Rollercoaster – The Ups and Downs of Puberty

Transition to Secondary School

 

Money Management and Careers Global Citizenship The World of Drugs

Secondary and 6th form have a 3 year rolling programme taught age appropriately and responding to the needs of our students.

Themes Autumn 1 Autumn 2 Spring 1 Spring 2 Summer 1 Summer 2
Year 1

Healthy Lifestyles

Healthy relationships

Drugs

Identity & Diversity

Citizenship in the UK

Diversity in the UK

Risk

e-safety

social media Understanding & managing risk

 

Rights and responsibilities

Equality

Individuals and communities

Careers

Options and employability

Business and Enterprise

World of work

Workplace code of conduct

Year 2

Healthy lifestyles

Healthy choices

Mental and Emotional health

Personal Identity

Self-esteem and confidence

Similarities and differences

Relationships

Feelings and emotions

Friends and family

How relationships affect our lives

Democracy and Justice

Citizens and parliament

Law and order

The democratic process

Careers

Managing finances

Business and Enterprise Employment law

World of work

Year 3

Healthy lifestyles

Healthy relationships

Physical health

Identity and diversity

Global citizenship

Identity over time

Relationships

Managing relationships

Negative relationships

Peer pressure

Stereotypes, prejudice and discrimination

 

 

Rights and responsibilities

Supporting and protecting rights

Sustainable development and the environment

The environment and a sustainable world

 

Careers

Money

Personal finance

 

Business and Enterprise

World of Work

Interview techniques

Body language and confidence