PSHE CURRICULUM VISION:
In preparation for PSHE becoming statutory in September 2020 under the Children and Social Work Act 2017, including Relationships Education at key stages 1 and 2 and Health Education in Primary
we began by reviewing our current PSHE curriculum. We decided that a more structured comprehensive programme that integrated the statutory content and included a broader programme covering economic wellbeing, careers, and enterprise education, as well as education for personal safety, was required.
It was important for our children to have opportunities to reflect on their learning, especially when that learning relates directly to their individual identity – their personal qualities, attitudes, skills, attributes, achievements, and influences. We felt that it was important for teachers to feel confident that learning within this subject had taken place, to be able to demonstrate progress, and to identify future learning needs.
It was also essential that all those invested in our children could see the impact PSHE education would have on our children and for whole-school outcomes. In conjunction with our PSHE curriculum, we decided to remap our entire curriculum and place PSHE at the heart of our foundation.
The purpose of our curriculum is to inspire all children to acquire knowledge and skills and to ignite a lifelong love of learning. We celebrate the cultural capital that our community brings to learning and build on this to broaden children’s understanding of the world. Our commitment to providing equality of opportunity ensures that rich experiences and enhancements are embedded throughout the curriculum.
EYFS - In the Foundation Stage, PSHE and citizenship is taught as an integral part of topic work and is embedded throughout the curriculum. The objectives taught are the Personal, Social, and Emotional Development statements from ‘Development Matters in the EYFS’ and the PSED Early Learning Goals.
Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 –
At Key Stages 1 and 2, PSHE is personalised, planned, and illustrated through our PSHE/RSE Curriculum Maps. Lessons are supported using the PSHE & SCARF scheme of work in line with the National Curriculum. Assessment outcomes and questionnaire findings have helped mold our curriculum priorities and focus on the needs of our children.
We ensure 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 also complements our RSE Dioceses scheme of work and covers the statutory Health Education and Relationships Education guidance.
Children are taught PSHE supported with ‘Scarf and PSHE Association’ materials, along with a range of enrichment and enhancement opportunities planned throughout the year that provide a more practical and realistic setting to support children’s understanding.
Our aims are to prepare our children for life, helping them to know and value who they are and understand how they relate to other people in this ever-changing world. There is a strong emphasis on emotional Literacy, building resilience, and nurturing mental and physical health. It includes mindfulness (Healthy Heads) to allow children to advance their emotional awareness, concentration, and focus.
Impact on Children:
Impact on Attainment and Progress
Evaluation and Impact on our Curriculum
Evaluation of Our Impact on Our World
PSHE, BV and SMSC displays throughout school reinforce the PSHE curriculum
You can find MAGIC wherever you look.
Sit back and relax,
all you need is a book!
FTFC Charity Mission
We are proud to support Fleetwood Town in their mission to make 500-1000 food hampers for our community this Christmas. We hope we can make a slight difference in transforming someone's Christmas.
Shelly Woods Class - FTFC - Mental Health
Our lesson today was about giving back to the community and helping others. We spoke about how good it feels to give back to society and how we are going to support FTFC with their charity collection mission - creating hampers for our local environment for Christmas.
We Will Remember
Fleetwood Town PSHE in Shelly Woods Class
During our session with Fleetwood Town today for our PSHE lesson, we have focused on 'The 5 ways to wellbeing.' Throughout this session we talked about how important it is to show ourselves some self-care as well as sharing our time with others.
Shelly Woods Class - Coram Life Education Bus - Decisions
Our session with Coram life education was about decisions. We talked about decisions we might have to make in life, peer pressure and some consequences related to decisions we make.
PSHE - Fleetwood Town FC
Today's session was all about stress and how we can manage it. We spoke about what might make us stressed then talked about stres management techniques.