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Allenton Community

Primary School

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At Allenton Primary School we want all of our children to have clear understanding of their personal, social, health and economic well-being and how this is affected throughout life and across the whole curriculum. We want our children to have a clear understanding of The British values and how this links in with the well-being of the whole community in school and beyond


In designing our comprehensive Personal, Social, Health, and Economic Education (PSHE) curriculum, we have aligned with the guidelines provided by the PSHE Association. This ensures that the curriculum meets national standards and addresses the diverse needs of our children. PSHE is a vital component of a well-rounded education, focusing on the holistic development of individuals, fostering skills, and promoting well-being.


1. PSHE Association Guidelines:
The PSHE curriculum covers key areas such as relationships and sex education (RSE), emotional well-being, mental health, financial literacy, and online safety.
We use the PSHE Association's Programmes of Study, which offers detailed frameworks for each key stage.
We Refer to PSHE Matters for updated resources, lesson plans, and activities aligned with the PSHE Association's guidelines.


2. Curriculum Design:
We organise the curriculum into age-appropriate themes, ensuring continuity and progression throughout the key stages.
We integrate topics such as mental health awareness, healthy relationships, financial literacy, and online safety into the overall PSHE curriculum.

We adopt a spiral approach, revisiting and building upon concepts to reinforce learning and development.

We incorporate resources from PSHE Matters that are mapped to the PSHE Association's guidelines.
We provide engaging activities, multimedia resources, and lesson plans to enhance the delivery of PSHE topics.


4. Wider Curriculum Links:
We establish clear connections between PSHE and other subjects within the wider curriculum.
 We Identify opportunities for cross-curricular learning, reinforcing PSHE concepts through other subjects e.g. science


5. PSHE Themed Weeks/Days:
We designate specific weeks or days dedicated to PSHE-themed activities, promoting a focused exploration of key topics.
We collaborate with other organisations to organise events, assemblies, and workshops that align with the designated theme.


6. Christopher Winter Resources for RSE:
 We integrate Christopher Winter Resources into the RSE component of the PSHE curriculum.
We use these resources to facilitate open and honest discussions about relationships, consent, and well-being.


7. Links to E-safety:
We integrate E-safety modules into the PSHE curriculum, emphasising responsible and safe online behaviour.

By following these guidelines and incorporating relevant resources, the PSHE curriculum will be an integrated part of our children education, fostering their personal, social, health, and economic well-being in a holistic manner.