Curriculum – RSE/ PSHE

RSE Subject Lead: Mrs Martin

RSE Link Governor: Miss Robinson

Through the delivery of RSE/ PSHE at school, children will have the knowledge, skills & understanding they need to lead confident, healthy & independent lives, and to become informed, active and responsible citizens. Children will:
  • know what good relationships look like, and will communicate effectively with people, giving them the best opportunity to grow into confident young adults.
  •  value their own physical & mental health, and have positive self-esteem; they will be empowered to make informed decisions & life choices.
  • learn in a culturally responsive environment where tolerance & respect for other cultures & beliefs is highly valued. Everyone feels valued and equal.
  • have improved social skills, increased confidence and be open & accepting of people who are different from themselves.
  • develop the ability to recognise, understand, handle and appropriately express emotions.
  • have an increased sense of empathy, and will be able to recognise and adapt to the feelings of other people.
  • have improved communication skills & positive relationships with their peers.
  • be equipped with the tools they need to become emotionally literate adults.

During P.S.H.E,  children have identified positive and negative emotions. We discussed that we all feel positive emotions, but we can’t expect to feel theses all the time. We all have times when we feel negative emotions and this is normal.

This week, children have been explaining what bullying is and looking at the different types of bullying. We thought about the trusted adults in our lives, who we can share any worries or concerns we may experience with.

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