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P.S.H.E.

PERSONAL, SOCIAL, HEALTH and ECONOMIC EDUCATION (P.S.H.E.)

 

P.S.H.E. has a high priority for us as a whole school. Staff are trained annually in Safeguarding and Child Protection issues.  This includes awareness of our responsibilities to keep children safe and promote their welfare, including being aware of the risks of extremism and radicalisation (Prevent). We work with children to encourage positive values, including those to support a cohesive community through whole school action; such as our ethos, worship, assemblies, displays, behaviour policy.
 

In class our work is based on the Lancashire Scheme, 'Live Well, Learn Well.' In P.S.H.E we also use cross curricular links to create a well-rounded, mature pupil. Links in lessons include those of a religious nature, as well as numerous Science and sports links.

Plenty of opportunities are offered to pupils in a bid to develop their maturity and encourage social and emotional progression. Such opportunities cover the spectrum of: arts, sports and hobbies.

 

We engage fully with the teaching of Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural aspects of learning and throughout this incorporate the DfE's agenda for British Values. 

 

The themes that make up a well-planned framework for PSHE should include:

  • Sex and Relationship Education (SRE)
  • Drug Alcohol and Tobacco Education (DATE)
  • Healthy Lifestyles
  • Emotional Health and Well being
  • Citizenship
  • Safety (including Internet Safety and Child Sexual Exploitation)
  • Economic Wellbeing and Financial Capability
  • Anti-Bullying
  • Risk taking
  • Where to get help

The sex and relationship unit of work can be found on the school website.

Follow the links: PARENTS> Policies> Sex and Relationship Education Policy.

P.S.H.E. Overview


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