PSHCE

Personal, Social, Health, and Citizenship Education (PSHCE)

At Rudston Primary School we believe that Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE) enables children to become healthy, independent and responsible members of the community.

We feel that active learning is vital to the subject.  We do this through child discussions, investigation and problem solving, for real life situations.

From January 2018, we introduced a Rudston PSHE Scheme of Work which covers the following areas:

Term 1.1 – Health and well-being (including rights respecting identity, health and risk)
Term 1.2 – Relationships (including rights respecting identity, relationships and power)
Term 2.1 – Living in the wider world (including rights respecting identity, diversity and equality and power)
Term 2.2 – Health and well-being (including rights respecting identity, health and risk)
Term 3.1 –  Relationships and sex education (including rights respecting identity, change and health)
Term 3.2 – Living in the wider world (including rights respecting identity, career and change)

This is a spiral curriculum which ensures that every year group from Reception to Year 6 are exposed to a wider curriculum developing their social and emotional well-being.

PSHE links for children

BBC

How are you feeling today? Explore your own feelings and other people’s emotions. Meet different characters, answer some questions and have fun.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/education/health/feelings/


NSPCC

18 or under?

Childline offers free, confidential advice and support whatever your worry, whenever you need help.

0800 1111

PSHE links of parents/carers

There are lots of useful links on the PSHE Association website which can help you to support your child throughout their time at school.

https://www.pshe-association.org.uk/curriculum-and-resources/useful-links

Our thinking map.

Our thinking map.

Each class has a weekly SEAL lesson where individual class needs are addressed.  During the sessions the Social, Emotional Aspects of Learning (SEAL) scheme is followed, which looks at different themes throughout the year from New Beginnings to Changes.  In addition to this, where possible, we make links to other subjects, using a cross-curricular approach, as PSHCE should run on a theme throughout the whole curriculum.

We are delivering SEAL across the school to underpin our pshe curriculum delivery. This first half term each class in school had a focus fornight on considering ‘new beginnings’. Each year group considered how special, setting class rules and school rules to make a charter.

Here are some examples of SEAL learning across the school.

 

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