Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education is an important and necessary part of all pupils’ education. They reflect on experiences and tackle many of the moral and social issues we see in school life and the wider world.

The pupils learn to understand and respect diversity and differences enabling them to form effective relationships with others. We also aim to give pupils understanding of the importance of diet, hygiene and exercise. Pupils become more aware of how to look after themselves through both Science and PSHE.

Relationship and Sex Education (RSE) forms part of the Health Education and Science Curriculum in school. In year 5 and 6, this includes physical and emotional changes that children experience. 

Our PSHE education prepares our pupils for both their futures and their present day-to-day lives. Through our teaching they are given the opportunities to recognise and reflect on how learning is relevant to them and can be applied in their own lives to become confident and independent people.

PSHE Curriculum 

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