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Hall Green Primary School

PSHE / RSE

Intent:

At Hall Green we aim to provide a coherently planned curriculum that equips our young people to play an active and positive role in society, both locally and globally.  In an ever-changing world, we realise that it is important to make pupils aware of the different factors that can affect themselves and those around them and provide solutions so that they can deal with matters enabling them to have good mental health and well-being. 

Knowledge and skills transferred in sessions promotes the development of moral, cultural, economic, physical and mental development of pupils preparing them for impending responsibilities and experiences in their life. Our Relationship and Sex education enables our children to learn how to be safe, and to understand and develop healthy relationships both now and in their future lives.

We want our pupils to have high aspirations, a belief in themselves and to appreciate the notion that anything is possible should they be willing to put their mind to it.

Implementation:

PSHE is delivered through the PSHE Association’s thematic scheme of work that is in line with the National Curriculum. We cover the Health and Well-Being, Relationships and Living in the Wider World Learning Opportunities set out in the PSHE Association’s Programme of Study, which comprehensively covers the statutory Health Education and Relationships Education guidance.

The three learning opportunities are further broken down into nine units with each year groups studying the same unit at the same time (at their own level):

 

Health and well-being

  • Physical health and mental well-being
  • Growing and changing
  • Keeping safe

 

Relationships

  • Families and friendships
  • Safe relationships
  • Respecting ourselves and others

 

Living in the wider world

  • Belonging to a community
  • Media literacy and digital resilience
  • Money and work

 

Impact:

Overall, we aim to have a positive impact on our pupils by making them prepared for life now and in the future. By the time pupils leave school, they should be on their way to becoming healthy, respectful, socially and morally responsible, active members of society that appreciate difference and diversity. Impact will be measured in the pupil’s ability to understand and manage their emotions, look after their mental health and wellbeing and develop positive and healthy relationships with others.