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Personal, Social and Health Education

 

Why teach personal, social and health education?
To lead independent, happy lives, children must develop their self-confidence. This involves taking responsibility for their own health and well-being. In this subject, children learn about these important life skills. They learn not only about their own rights, duties and responsibilities but also about the rights and responsibilities of others and that bullying in any form will not be tolerated. Teaching aims to help them respect and value the richness and diversity of our society and to develop their spiritual, moral, social and cultural understanding.  Our team leader for PSHCE is Clare Hibbert and the link governor is Geoff Young.



Key Stage 1
Children are taught personal skills, such as how to:

  • be more independent and confident
  • see what their strengths are
  • think about what's fair and unfair, right and wrong
  • set themselves goals, and try to achieve them
  • keep themselves safe and healthy.

 

Children also learn social skills:

  •  they think about what kind of groups they belong to, and how they contribute to them

 

Key Stage 2
 

Children are taught personal skills, such as how to:

  •  be more independent, confident and mature
  • recognise their own achievements, and mistakes
  • share their views and discuss what's fair and unfair, what's right and wrong
  • set themselves goals, and try to achieve them
  • keep themselves safe and healthy as they grow.

 

Children also learn social skills:

  •  they think about how the choices they make affect other people and the environment
  • they consider the different groups in society and how to get on with them
  • they think about how and why rules are made
  • drugs and substance abuse awareness
  • sex and relationships education

PSHE Curriculum


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