PSHCE

Personal, social and health and citizenship education (PSHCE) helps our children to lead confident, healthy and responsible lives as individuals and members of society. Through work in lesson time and a wide range of activities across and beyond the curriculum, children gain practical knowledge and skills to help them live healthily and deal with the spiritual, moral, social and cultural issues they potentially could face in their life. In PSHCE and RE lessons our children will learn about the British values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and cultures. Our lessons will give children opportunities to reflect on their experiences and how they are developing. It helps them to understand and manage responsibly a wider range of relationships as they mature, and to show respect for the diversity of, and differences between, people. It also develops children's well-being and self-esteem, encouraging belief in their ability to succeed and enabling them to take responsibility for their own learning.

Our PSHCE schemes of work comprise of all aspects of the school's planned provision to promote our children’s personal and social development, including health and well-being. Within this context the school's PSHCE curriculum is underpinned by the general aims of the new National Curriculum and also the guidelines set out by the PSHE Association https://www.pshe-association.org.uk/:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Y3 PSHCE Themes

Y3 Autumn Term

Rules and views/all about me

My Relationships (Harmony within groups.)

Y3 Spring Term

Healthy me (Healthy Lifestyles.)

My Feelings (How to deal with our emotions focus on anger and fear.)

Y3 Summer Term

My Safety (Safety in the home and road safety.)

My Community and Environment (making choices about their environment.)

Y4 PSHCE Themes

Y4 Autumn Term

Rules and views/all about me

My Relationships (Friendships.)

Y4 Spring Term

Healthy me (Healthy Lifestyles)

My Feelings (How to deal with our emotions.)

Y4 Summer Term

My Safety (school safety audit, internet safety, fire safety.)

My Community and Environment (global environmental issues, finances, sustainability.)

 

 

 

Y5 PSHCE Themes

Y5 Autumn Term

My community and environment (Rules at school and why we have laws. The importance of democracy in our society)

My Relationships (Challenging stereotypes.)

 

Y5 Spring Term

 

Am I safe? –(Staying safe in different situations, including online safety.)

My Feelings and emotions (Truth and honesty, courage and trust.)

 

Y5 Summer Term

 

Healthy Lifestyles (A balanced diet, attitudes towards alcohol. What do the terms ‘legal’ and ‘illegal’ mean?)

Getting to know yourself (Children will celebrate their achievements and talk about who they admire.)

 

Year 6 PSHCE Themes

 

Y6 Autumn Term

 

Rules and views/development Education (Respecting the law and living in a democratic society.)

Relationships (Friendship, respect, conflict resolution and life changes and challenges.)

 

Y6 Spring Term

 

Am I safe? (Peer pressure and identifying potential risks.)

My Feelings and emotions (How to deal with pressure, planning to reach a goal.)

 

Y6 Summer Term

 

A Healthy Lifestyle: Drugs awareness (Y6 children also usually take part in the DARE program and attend Safety crew)

Transition/ changes

Sex and Relationships Education.

E. Genders March 2014