Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE)

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Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE)

At Starbank, we see Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) as being an integral thread, weaving through everything we do. PSHE enables children to become healthy, secure, independent and responsible members of society. We believe that the promotion of pupils’ personal and social development fundamentally underpins all other learning.

Through our progressive curriculum, our school environment, and our school ethos, we promote pupils’ self-esteem and emotional well-being; promote British values; and provide the skills that pupils will need to succeed in -and positively contribute to- the wider world. Lessons are sensitively planned, taking thorough consideration for the needs and demands of the pupils in our care.

The pupils learn how to deal with choices and risks, and to meet the challenges that life may present, including the use of social media and the internet, and risk of radicalisation. They learn to appreciate what it means to be a positive member of a diverse multi-cultural school and wider society. Our school’s approach to PSHE aims to help children to identify their values and work to live up to them.

PHSE Curriculum Map

Year 1

Autumn 1
Physical health and fitness (the characteristics and benefits of a healthy lifestyle).
Spring 1
Health and Prevention (The importance of personal hygiene)
Spring 2
Online Relationships (Keeping safe, recognising and reporting risks)
Summer 1
Being safe (responsibility of keeping themselves and others safe)
Summer 2
Culture Day 18/06/20
Families and people who care for me (how special people care for me).

Year 2

Autumn 1
Healthy Eating (physical activity dental hygiene and healthy eating)
Autumn 2
Mental well-being (develop strategies for handling feelings)
Spring 1
Respectful relationships (identify and respect similarities and differences)
Spring 2
Drugs alcohol and Tobacco (household objects and medicines)
Summer 1
Caring friendships (recognise how behaviour can affect others)
Summer 2
Culture Day 18/06/20
Basic First Aid (emergency services)

Year 3

Autumn 1
Healthy eating (developing own choices about food- including tobacco, energy drinks and alcohol)
Autumn 2
Mental wellbeing (teasing/ bullying)
Summer 1
Caring friendships (how behaviour can affect others)
Summer 2
Culture Day 18/06/20

Year 4

Spring 2
Internet safety and harm (including protecting personal info.)
Summer 1
Being safe (understanding boundaries in relationships)
Summer 2
Culture Day 18/06/20
Concepts of basic first aid (performing basic first aid and finding help)

Year 5

Autumn 1
Physical health and fitness (physical, mental and emotional health, including protecting against unwanted contact)
Spring 1
Health and prevention (sun safety, oral hygiene, sleep, spread of bacteria and viruses )
Spring 2
Online relationships (know that how things are portrayed in media are not always accurate, anonymity of the internet, keeping themselves safe)
Summer 2
Culture Day 18/06/20

Year 6

Autumn 2
Drugs, alcohol and tobacco (health, safety and the law)
Spring 1
Respectful Relationships (stereotypes, bullying, how to be respectful, constructively challenge other points of view )
Summer 2
Culture Day 18/06/20
Families and People who care for me (recognise different relationships, recognise different families- including same gender-, civil partnerships and marriage)

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