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Personal, social, health and economic [PSHE] education is an important and necessary part of all pupils' education. PSHE is a non- statutory subject and can encompass many areas of study. Our PSHE education programme is used to equip pupils with a sound understanding of risk and the knowledge and skills necessary to make safe and informed decisions. The programme builds on the content of the National Curriculum and statutory guidance on drug education, financial education, sex and relationships education [SRE] and the importance of physical activity and diet for a healthy lifestyle.

Our PSHE curriculum in the Foundation Stage is taught through the Early Years Foundation Stage statutory framework. Personal, Social and Emotional development is taught through three areas;

  • Making relationships
  • Self-confidence and self-awareness
  • Managing feelings and behaviours


In Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2 our PSHE curriculum is taught through SEAL, in half termly topics.

 Themes include -

  • New Beginnings
  • Getting on and falling out
  • Going for goals
  • Say no to Bullying
  • Good to be me
  • Relationships
  • Change

We have an additional Keeping Safe Week in January, when the whole school focuses on different elements of Safety including; e-safety, safe/unsafe relationships (including the dangers of gangs and knife crime for our older children), road safety, drugs, alcohol and tobacco and safe situations (including safety in the home). We partner up with many fantastic organisations during this week including;

  • The NSPCC and the Underpants Rule
  • 'Get Away 'n' Get Safe' Anti Gangs programme.
  • The Red Cross First Aid sessions.
  • Canal and River Trust
  • Merseyrail
  • Merseyside Police


PSHE is taught through one weekly lesson.

Children use class floorbooks to record their PSHE work.

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