Clophill St Marys CofE lower school

PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education)

Intent:

Linking in the needs of our children, we want to provide the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their own lives now and in the future, enabling them to develop the qualities and attributes they need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society as a whole.

Implementation:

Mrs. Bingley is our PSHE Co-ordinator.

At St. Mary's, PSHE is taught through "Personal, Social and Emotional Development"  within the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum in Acorn and Chestnut (Nursery and Reception):

Statutory Framework for the Early Years Foundation Stage

We follow the Government Guidance for teaching PSHE in Birch to Oak (Years 1 to 4):

Guidance: Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education

We also teach Relationships, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education through our PSHE curriculum:

Relationships, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education

This handy guide helps Parents to understand Relationships and Health Education in school:

Understanding Relationships and Health Education in your child’s primary school: a guide for parents

For more information about how we teach Relationships, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education at St. Mary's please see our policy in the Policies section of the website. 

We also teach British Values through our PSHE curriculum:

British Values - A Guide for Parents

At St. Mary's, we follow the PSHE Association Programme of Study for PSHE Education. 

The following table shows which PSHE topics are taught throughout the school:

Autumn Spring Summer

Acorn 

(Nursery)

Look What I Can Do

It's Good to Share

Look What I Can Do

It's Good to Share

Fabulous Friends

Look What I Can Do

It's Good to Share

Mindful Me

Chestnut

(Reception)

I Belong

My Marvellous Mind

I Belong

Super Me

Fabulous Friends

How I Feel

Mindful Me

Yes I Can

Birch

(Year 1)

Aiming High

Be Yourself

TEAM

It's My Body

Britain

Money Matters

Hazel

(Year 2)

Think Positive

Respecting Rights

VIPs

One World

Growing Up

Safety First

Rowan

(Year 3)

TEAM

Diverse Britain

Be Yourself

It's My Body

Money Matters

Aiming High

Oak

(Year 4)

Think Positive

VIPs

Respecting Rights

One World

Be Yourself

Safety First

 Impact:

All children are assessed in PSHE by their teachers, on a termly basis.  Mrs. Bingley then analyses the attainment and progress of the whole school in this area.  This information informs future teaching and learning in PSHE.