PSHE

Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) is a vital topic that helps children develop important knowledge, skills and attributes for life, for both now and in the future. This is best explained in our curriculum overview below:

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There are three strands to our curriculum. The image below demonstrates the key areas within each of these. These are taken from the English National Curriculum and the Personal Development expectations for primary schools, and is adapted to the needs of our pupils. 

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Our Learning Heroes exemplify our Respect Values. We strive to emulate the example that they set within our lessons and beyond. The full list of our heroes this year is below.

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Relationships, Relationships and Sex, and Health Education

St George's Relationships, Relationships and Sex, and Health Education (RSE) curriculum is an important part of our PSHE offer. We ensure that our teaching is age-appropriate and builds on prior learning through quality-assured planning and resources from the Christopher Winter Project, cross-referenced with government statutory guidance.

The curriculum overview for the RSE strand is included below and is taught across the year. If you would like more information about this, please contact us.

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Sample Lesson Plan RSE 3 Year 6

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We are members of the PSHE Association and work with different partners and resources to ensure that our curriculum is robust and practical. This includes (click for links):

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There is also further support for our children and their families on our well being services page.

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Talking about the news with your child
 
Some children will have questions and concerns about the Ukraine crisis. We will be supporting children appropriately in school and would encourage you to use these family resources and this Newsround article to help in your conversation.
 
 

 

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