Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE)
Our school’s PSHE curriculum is ambitious for all pupils and is coherently planned and sequenced to ensure that pupils build on and gain new knowledge and skills as they progress through primary school. Our curriculum is broad and balanced to ensure that pupils leave primary schools with the knowledge and skills to keep themselves physically healthy, mentally healthy and safe. We also aim to equip our pupils with the knowledge, skills and attitudes they will need to be active, respectful and engaged citizens of modern Britain.
Our PSHE curriculum has a wide range of child-centred activities to ensure the learning is enjoyable for pupils. Learning descriptors are outlined at the beginning of each unit of planning to ensure teachers know the expected standard of learning that pupils should attain at the end of each unit of work. Our scheme of work contains both formative and summative assessment opportunities that support teachers to assess PSHE knowledge, and how these are applied within social and emotional skills development. PSHE is taught as a discrete lesson once a week but also forms an integral part of the values and ethos of our school.
Knowledge categories are used within each unit so children can make connections with information they have learnt in different units and year groups.
Please find the PSHE overviews for each year group below:
Year 1 - Click here
Year 2 - Click here
Year 3 - Click here
Year 4 - Click here
Year 5 - Click here
Year 6 - Click here
Enrichment opportunities are very valuable within our curriculum as it helps children to make further links to what they have discussed within lessons.
Some examples of enrichment opportunities which take place every year:
Reception: Police visit the school and pupils visit Southall Fire Station to learn about people who help us
EYFS/Key Stage 1: Annual visits from the Ealing oral health advisor to discuss how to maintain good oral health.
Key Stages 1 & 2 – Life Education Van
Our Year 6 classes visit the Houses of Parliament to learn about how our democracy works.
Keeping Safe: Relationships Education and Growing Up (REGU)
REGU is a key aspect of Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) and of the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development in school. It also forms part of our school's safeguarding duty.
Government guidance came into effect in September 2020 which sets out what schools should cover and the legal duties which schools must comply with when teaching Relationships Education.
The Power Point below contains comprehensive information for parents and carers about what REGU is and how it is taught at our school.
Please click here to view this Power Point.
To read our REGU policy please click here.