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Sneinton St Stephen's CofE Primary School

PSHE

The PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) scheme of work at Sneinton C of E School has been developed using guidelines and advice from Healthy Schools Nottingham and PSE Association.

 

PSHE is delivered through a range of teaching styles which include group discussions (whole class or small groups), circle time, drama, problem solving and stories.

 

We cover three main areas:

 

Health and Wellbeing;

 

  • Relationship and Sex education (RSE)
  • Staying Safe (including Drugs Education)
  • Keeping Healthy.
  • E – Safety

 

Relationships;

 

  • RSE
  • SEAL (Social and emotional aspects of learning)

 

Living in the Wider World;

 

  • Citizenship
  • Financial Education

 

The school’s aims are to:

 

  • Develop knowledge and understanding of important PSE ideas, processes and skills and relate these to everyday experiences, with progression for each year group.
  • Encourage children to be curious about the things they see and experience and explore the world around them.
  • Provide opportunities where our children can apply key skills to enhance their understanding of PSE concepts, positive attitudes and values.
  • Use and understand appropriate social, emotional and behavioural vocabulary to communicate ideas; enabling pupils to manage different emotions and develop strategies to resolve conflict.
  • Develop the attitudes of critical reflection, enjoyment, curiosity, perseverance, co-operation, turn taking, creativity, inventiveness, open mindedness and willingness to tolerate uncertainty.
  • Develop learners’ self-esteem and a sense of personal responsibility and awareness of their rights.
  • Promote self-respect, respect for others and celebrate diversity.
  • Equip learners to live safe, healthy lives.
  • Prepare learners for the choices and opportunities of lifelong learning.
  • Empower learners to participate in their schools and communities as active responsible citizens locally, nationally and globally.
  • Prepare learners for the challenges, choices and responsibilities of work and adult life.
  • Promote our children’s social, moral, spiritual and cultural development.

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