Curriculum Intent: Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE)
Possibilities - To have high aspirations and know all of the opportunities available to them. Growth - To recognise and celebrate their own individual journey, understanding their own uniqueness and strengths and those of others. Communication - To have high levels of oracy; having a rich and wide vocabulary to be able to explain their own ideas and thinking and be able to collaborate and respond to others.
Whole School Curriculum vision for PSHE
PossibilitiesTo have high aspirations
|To explore and reflect on others views and their personal qualities to develop as an individual|
GrowthTo recognise and celebrate their own individual journey
|To be a strong resilient individual that strives to be their very best, understanding their uniqueness and strengths as well as recognise them in others and valuing differences.|
CommunicationTo have high levels of oracy
|To equip the children with a meaningful vocabulary and tools to enable them to articulate and communicate their thoughts and feelings effectively|
Our pupils should be able to organise their knowledge, skills and understanding into the following themes:
- Me and my relationships
- Valuing difference
- Keeping myself safe
- Rights and responsibilities
- Being my best
- Growing and changing
These key concepts underpin the children’s learning through the year groups from Reception to Year 2. This enables pupils to reinforce and build upon prior learning, make connections and develop subject specific language.
By the end of Year 2...
A child in our school will be a strong resilient individual who has undergone a journey on an individual basis making progress on their own individual starting points. They will have formed strong relationships with their peers and those around them that are safe and trusting. Children will have developed the tools needed to continue to grow and develop into confident, healthy young people and can use the language of safety to keep themselves and others safe.
Through explicit teaching of PSHE and embedded elements interlinked into our curriculum PSHE is assessed through teacher observation and children’s reflection on their skills and knowledge throughout individual lessons and across the themes taught.
Here is what PHSE looks like at The Avenue: