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PSHE and RSE
PSHE supports our wider curriculum vision through our key drivers in the following ways:
|Curriculum Drivers||How PSHE supports this driver|
|To know about the World||Children will develop an understanding of the structure of society, diversity and rights. They will study the versatile contributions that people make to society. They will know the impact of technology and the importance of reliable sources.
They will develop skills needed to help support the environment.
|High levels of oracy||Children will develop an understanding of how to express their feelings. They will learn strategies to cope with the feelings that they have. Children will learn how to support other people and their feelings and the impact that positive relationships can have.|
|To encourage critical thinking||Children will have a good understanding of what contributes to a healthy lifestyle which will allow them to make sensible decisions. They will have worked through scenarios in class which will support them in problem solving tasks. Children will also develop an awareness of how society is organised and why rules are in place.|
|To have ambition||Children will identify personal strength skills, achievements and interests and how these contribute to a sense of self-worth Develop an understanding of the skills that will help them in their future careers. Learn about what influences people’s decisions about a job or career and how there are a variety of routes into careers.|
PSHE Key Concepts
Our PSHE curriculum is based around these key concepts that will support children's development in the subject area, aiming towards our vision.
|Key Concept||I am a good citizen because...|
|Responsibility||...I take responsibility for myself in the world. I am aware of the importance of honesty, compassion and high aspirations.|
|Choices||...I have an understanding of how my decisions at home, school and in the wider community can affect others and can have consequences.|
|Identity||...I have developed skills to support my emotional, mental and physical health and I understand the importance of everyone feeling supported in having their own identity.|
What is taught in PSHE/RSE and when?
Please see the below document which gives details of the full curriculum programme coverage through each year group and term.
Consultation on our RSE Curriculum
Following the successful completion of our consultation with parents, the following documentation gives explanation of our PSHE and RSE curriculum.