PSHE

 

Subject leader - Miss Clowes 

 

Purpose of Study

Personal, Social and Health Education and Citizenship enables pupils to develop the knowledge and understanding, skills, attitudes and values which are necessary for them to make sense of the responsibilities, opportunities and experiences which are part of their lives both now and in the future.

Aims and Objectives:

We aim for our children to develop appropriate attitudes and behaviour which will continue with them throughout their school and adult lives. This will, in turn, promote meaningful relationships and transitions to realise their personal ambitions in a complex and ever changing world. 

The aims of Personal, Social and Health Education and Citizenship are to enable the children to

  • Stay as healthy as possible
  • Learn to keep themselves and others safe
  • Develop effective and satisfactory relationships
  • Learn to respect the differences between people
  • Be independent and responsible members of the school community
  • Develop self-confidence and self-esteem and make informed choices regarding personal and social issues.
  • Develop good relationships with other members of the school and the wider community.

Curriculum Coverage

We use the National Framework for Key Stage 2. This is implemented by planning using the Rotherham Scheme of work.

The Rotherham Scheme of Work provides clear guidance for each year group to support the delivery of PSHE lessons.  It is delivered in discrete curriculum time including Circle Time, in other subjects where there are cross curricular links, in assemblies, and also in incidental opportunities as they arise.

Below is the RoSIS PSHE Scheme of work overview

Responses to PSHE parent Questionnaire

As part of your child’s education at Anston Park Junior School, we promote personal wellbeing and development through a comprehensive Personal, Social, Health and Education (PSHE) curriculum.  PSHE education is the curriculum subject that gives children the knowledge, understanding, attitudes and practical skills to live safe, healthy, productive lives and meet their full potential.  The Department for Education has made is statutory for all schools to teach PSHE from September 2020.

We asked for your opinions on our PSHE curriculum via a questionnaire.  We would like to thank all parents/carers who took the time to respond to the questionnaire and offering suggestions on what they would like to see taught.  Please see the responses below. 

 

Relationships and Health Education

The new Relationship and Sex Education guidance came into force in September 2020. You cannot withdraw your child from Relationships Education because it is important that all children receive this content, covering topics such as friendships and how to stay safe.  Below is a helpful guide for parents. 

  

Anti Bullying Week 

We took part in Anti Bullying Week.  Here are some photos of our outcomes. 

Useful websites

www.pshe-association.org.uk 

https://youngminds.org.uk 

https:bbfc.co.uk/education 

www.nspcc.org.uk 

www.gov.uk 

How to be safe online 

https://www.legendaryteacher.parentzone.org.uk/adventure