PSHE runs as a theme through all our lessons and Assemblies. We are supporting pupils to develop independence, resilience, team work and emotions. These elements are linked to our reward system in school. We are an Attachment Aware School and do a lot of work around inclusion and self-regulation.
Key Stage 1 Dentist Visit, October 2022
PSHE in Early Years
The curriculum overview for EYFS is;
Self regulation: My feelings
Building relationships: Special relationships
Managing self: Taking on challenges
Self regulation: Listening and following instructions
Building relationships: My family and friends
Managing self: Happy head, happy heart.
At New Bolsover Primary School, we believe that Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) are essential in giving pupils the knowledge and skills they require to become healthy, confident, responsible and independent members of our society. We provide our pupils with opportunities to develop the skills needed to form and maintain fulfilling relationships, to understand what it means to be part of a diverse society and to understand their rights and responsibilities as British citizens. We aim to enable children to recognise their own potential and strive to ensure that children can reflect on their own experiences in order to understand how they are developing personally and socially. We value PSHE as a way to ensure that our pupils are able to make informed decisions in real life situations, are able to demonstrate respect for themselves and others and to ensure that children have high aspirations as they move towards adulthood.
PSHE at New Bolsover Primary School is taught using a comprehensive PSHE scheme, written by Kapow Primary. This scheme organises the delivery of PSHE and RSE around 5 modules. These modules are:
These modules are taught in a cyclical structure meaning that the children will revisit each module in greater depth every year which enables them to build on their previous knowledge.
PSHE is a fundamental part of our School Ethos and, as a result, PSHE runs through all that we do. Through the promotion of the school ethos and through the teaching of PSHE and RSE, we will:
Pupils reach age related expectations in PSHE so that by the time they leave Primary School they will: