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Although PSHE is not a statutory subject in KS1 and KS2, it is still an important aspect of school life and is integrated into the everyday curriculum.


  • Know and understand what constitutes a healthy lifestyle
  • Be aware of safety issues
  • Understand what makes for good relationships with others
  • Have respect for others
  • Be independent and responsible members of the school community
  • Be positive and active members of a democratic society
  • Develop self-confidence and self-esteem and make informed choices regarding personal, social and economic issues
  • Develop good relationships with other members of the school and the wider community


We aim to equip children and young people with the knowledge and skills to deal with a range issues they face as they grow up. It covers:


  • drugs and alcohol education (Drugs policy)
  • emotional health and well-being
  • relationships and sex education (RSE policy)
  • nutrition and physical activity
  • personal finance
  • safety
  • careers education
  • work-related learning




PSHE statement of intent

To develop children’s understanding of PSHE and provide them with a foundation of life skills across all contexts (home/school/community) and time spans (primary/secondary/later life).We encourage safe and happy relationships and respect all protected characteristics of the Equality Act.

PSHE Progression of Skills 2020-2021

United Nations Rights of the Child

Miss S Bates

PSHE Coordinator