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PSHE

PSHE

CURRICULUM INTENT:

Here are our curriculum intentions for the current academic year:

  1. To introduce Action for Happiness for a whole-school approach.
  2. Update school PSHE long-term plan.
  3.  Introduce well-being into the curriculum.

 

IMPLEMENTATION:

How we intend this to be implemented:

  • Obtain Action for Happiness resource.
  • Devise a long-term plan.
  • Staff meeting to introduce to staff.
  • Create a ‘Well-being Warriors’ group to help with implementation through school.
  • Display to support.
  • Ensure curriculum is relevant and in line with current changes regarding PSHE provision and new legislation.
  • Be aware of up to date requirements of the PSHE curriculum.
  • Inform staff of any changes to long-term plans and any necessary changes.
  • Material from courses attended.
  • Time to put the program together.
  • Staff training of well-being for children.

IMPACT:

  1. Vulnerable children can be tracked so can be identified so that intervention can be put in place.
  2. Action for happiness implemented and embedded into curriculum resulting in a happier school.
  3. Children will be taught in line with current changes.
  4. Well-being evident in and around school.
  5. Yoga provision available for after school class.

 

PSHE Personal, social and Health education is a subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepare for life and work in modern Britain. Our lessons aims to develop skills and attributes such as resilience, self-esteem, risk-management, teamworking and critical thinking in the context of learning.

PSHE is grouped into three main themes: health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world (including economic wellbeing and aspects of careers education).

PSHE education helps pupils to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to manage many of the critical opportunities, challenges and responsibilities they will face as they grow up and in adulthood.

By teaching pupils to stay safe and healthy, and by building self-esteem, resilience and empathy, we can help tackle barriers to learning, raise aspirations, and improve the life chances of our pupils.