|Life skills, language and strategies - The focus will be on developing and preparing children with the life skills, language and strategies to deal with the demands of childhood and growing up
|Personal attributes - Children will recognise and reflect on their personal attributes and how to develop them in order to navigate the challenges and opportunities of the modern world
|Preparing for the future - Pupils will develop the knowledge and skills they need to thrive as individuals, family members, members of society and as global citizens
We use the PSHE Association’s ‘Thematic Approach’ which sets out learning in 3 core themes: ‘Health and Wellbeing’, ‘Relationships’ and ‘Living in the Wider World’. This covers all of the statutory requirements for KS1 Relationships and Health Education as well as a comprehensive PSHE education programme. Each term we focus on a different theme, allowing both Year 1 and Year 2 to work on similar themes at the same time, building a spiral programme year on year, whilst offering flexibility to add additional topics or themes should a cohort or class require it. The planning takes into account the children’s stage of development and needs and also reflects the context of the school and local community.
Children learn to understand and respect our common humanity, diversity and differences and develop a fuller understanding of British Values. In doing so, they develop a knowledge of their rights and duties as individuals and members of society. Throughout their schooling, pupils develop socially, morally, spiritually and culturally and there is a continued emphasis on wellbeing ensuring our children are mentally prepared for their future.
-PSHE (including Relationship and Health Education) long-term overview
-Statutory Guidance here
-Results of Parent consultation here