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PSHE Curriculum  

We learn PSHE so pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to manage their lives, now and in the future. 

We teach PSHE through 3 key themes: 

  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Relationships
  • Living in the wider world.


Intent – view our detailed Long Term plans for PSHE and content coverage on Class overviews or by following the links below:

Click here to view our progression route overview

Click here to view our overview for Reception for 20-21 

Click here to view our overview mapping document for 2020-21 for Years 1 - 6

These include the use of:   

Implementation - we teach PSHE alongside RSHE and by following the 1decision program. 

Prior to the topic 

  • Children will complete a pre learning task to see what they already know and remember, this will act as a baseline but teachers must consider the previously taught knowledge and skills already taught in the curriculum.
  • Parents will be notified of content and use of resources on more sensitive matters prior to children beginning the topic
  • During a topic
  • At the beginning of a topic and throughout the topic, children will consider and recap key knowledge about the key aspect of PSHE
  • Each lesson children will be reminded of the key knowledge that they learnt previously and how this links to current learning.
  • Specialist key vocabulary will be explicitly taught at the beginning and throughout a topic.
  • Lessons will include discussion, debate, drama, role play, decision making
  • Children will be encouraged to think critically and reflect, using empathy.
  • Children will be encouraged to discuss big ideas and concepts.
  • Lessons will be delivered through carefully considered content, resources and perspectives ensuring that the children experience a rounded view of each aspect of the programme of study
  • Children will be encouraged to make connections and comparisons, follow investigations and enquiry through discussion
  • The learning will be presented in a range of ways – this will include using a range of cross curricular opportunities such as IT, maths, writing, art but may mostly involve drama, talk and discussion.
  • Teachers will adapt learning to meet the needs of all children, using differentiation and adult support.
  • Elaborative questioning, using Blooms taxonomy, will be used to challenge pupils and discuss big ideas.
  • Visitors will be used to enhance learning experiences.


To enable us to fulfil the statutory requirements, we have chosen a high quality resource to deliver the PSHE requirements as stated in the link above. This is a unique blend of videos, techniques and resources to approcah the topics and enable pupils to understand key knowledge appropriate to their age and stage of learning. A range of skils wil be developed in the process and enable all pupils to make informed descisions about personal, social, health and economic life choices. 

The website with further information can be viewed by clicking on the link below: 



We monitor the impact of children’s learning through:

  • A reflection and evaluation of standards against the teaching content
  • Tracking pupil knowledge in pre and post assessments, including use of mini low stakes testing
  • Pupil discussions
  • Monitoring books