- The PSHE curriculum helps pupils to develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to manage many of the critical opportunities, challenges and responsibilities they will face as they grow up and in adulthood.
- Pupils will be taught to stay safe and healthy, and build self-esteem, resilience and empathy.
- The PSHE programme aims to tackle barriers to learning, raise aspirations, and improve the life chances of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils.
- The PSHE curriculum will address, staying safe ,unhealthy eating, lack of physical activity, emotional health, healthy relationships, health and wellbeing and living in the wider world.
- The skills and attributes developed through PSHE curriculum will also help increase academic attainment and attendance rates, as well as improve employability and boost social mobility for children as they prepare for adulthood.
- PSHE education is taught in discrete lessons, supported by other learning opportunities across the curriculum e.g. Science and R.E.
- Whole school and extended timetable activities
- Equality themes are discussed in assemblies
- Cross-curricular projects
- One-to-one or small group support and guidance on specific areas of learning and development
- Learning through involvement in the life of the school and wider community
- Assemblies linked to Anti Bullying, e safety, mental and physical health.
- These opportunities, wherever they occur, should be planned, coordinated, assessed, monitored and evaluated. Pupils should be involved in this process, influencing provision from the start as well as having a say in how learning develops. The curriculum builds on knowledge and skills.
- Our Subject Leader delivering Key Stage 2 PSHE sessions
How is ‘cultural capital’ developed?
- The PSHE curriculum will help pupils at Montalbo to live healthy, safe, productive, capable, responsible and balanced lives.
- It encourages them to be enterprising and supports them in making effective transitions, positive learning and choices and in achieving economic, physical and emotional wellbeing.
- The curriculum also provides opportunities for the children to reflect on, and clarify their own values and attitudes and explore the complex and sometimes conflicting range of values and attitudes they encounter now and in the future.
- To develop resilience and to provide strategies to prepare them for adulthood.