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Personal, Social, Health, & Economic Education

Personal, Social, Health

& Economic Education

 

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Whole school curriculum overview and visual overview for each year group

Sex and Relationship Education Curriculum Overview

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At Alwoodley Primary School, there is a whole school approach to PSHE in the curriculum, and throughout the life of the school and its community. Our school is committed to promoting the health and well-being of pupils, and of the whole school community, and fully recognises the important relationship between well-being and learning. We provide the children with a curriculum that is broadly based, balanced and meets the needs of all pupils. Through PSHE and the wider curriculum we promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society, and work to prepare pupils at the school for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life. At Alwoodley Primary School, there is a whole school approach to PSHE in the curriculum, and throughout the life of the school and its community. Our school is committed to promoting the health and well-being of pupils, and of the whole school community, and fully recognise the important relationship between well-being and learning. We provide the children with a curriculum that is broadly based, balanced and meets the needs of all pupils. Through PSHE and the wider curriculum we promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school and of society, and work to prepare pupils at the school for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life. PHSE education is extremely important to us and is at the heart of our school ethos and is embedded throughout all areas of the wider curriculum.

 

We take pride in ensuring all children develop a healthy understanding of:

 

•  who they are including personal qualities, attitudes, skills, attributes and

   achievements and what influences these

 

•  relationships, including different types and in different settings

 

•  how they can keep healthy (both emotionally and physically)

 

•  how they can have healthy relationships with others

 

•  how they can contribute to the school community and the wider

   community in which they live

 

•  how to manage risk including identification, assessment and how to manage

   risk rather than simply the avoidance of risk for self and others

 

•  what they need to do to maintain a healthy lifestyle, including physically,

   emotionally and socially

 

•  what they need to do to maintain a balanced lifestyle, including within

   relationships, work-life, exercise and rest, spending and saving and diet

 

•  safety, including behaviour and strategies to employ in different settings

 

•  diversity and equality, in all its forms

 

•  rights, including the notion of universal human rights, responsibilities

   including fairness and justice and consent in different contexts

 

•  change and resilience, the skills, strategies and ‘inner resources’

   we can draw on when faced with challenging change or circumstance

 

•  power in a variety of contexts including persuasion, bullying,

   negotiation and ‘win-win’ outcomes

 

•  career, including enterprise, employability and economic understanding

Health Week in Reception

Health Week in Key Stage 1

Health Week in Key Stage 2

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