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PSHE at JKPS develops children as healthy individuals and considerate citizens who understand their emotions, form healthy relationships, manage risks and make informed decisions.


Through our  bespoke  PSHE curriculum, we offer carefully planned and resourced lessons whereby the children will develop knowledge, skills and attributes which are integral in protecting and enhancing their wellbeing. By delivering high quality lessons, we promote the progression across the core PSHE themes: Health & Wellbeing, Living in the Wider World and Relationships. By equipping our children with a range of relevant and meaningful skills, they will develop themselves as self-aware and respectful  individuals who have a strong understanding of the world around them. 


At JKPS, we strive to provide our children with learning opportunities across and beyond the curriculum through weekly in class lessons, regular class discussions, whole school assemblies and sharing awareness of key PSHE events throughout the year.  

We implement this by: 

· We follow the PSHE and Wellbeing Curriculum Framework for Primary Schools which fulfils the Statutory obligations of supporting children’s wellbeing and the principles of safeguarding. 

· Each term our learning is grouped into three core themes: Health & Wellbeing, Living in the Wider World and Relationships. The content builds year upon year in a spiral approach. 

· Our lessons are taught using a multi-sensory approach to meet the needs of all learners, and through differentiation, scaffolding and recapping prior knowledge, we ensure all lessons are relevant and meaningful regardless of their stage of development. 

· High quality lessons are taught by trained teachers with on-going CPD opportunities to deliver the latest pedagogy. 

· Our curriculum links closely to the teaching of British Values. 

· Through life skills sessions, links with the local communities and fundraising events, we provide enrichment opportunities to contextualise learning. During these campaigns (Identity Week, E-safety Week, Refugee week, Be Healthy Week), children are challenged and nurtured through various themes which support their deeper understanding of the wider world.   


A meaningful PSHE curriculum supports pupils in becoming happier, positive about school life as a whole, having a better understanding of rules and responsibilities as well as being enabled to handle setbacks and disagreements.  PSHE is evidenced using a Floor book. All teachers use the Floor book to record significant learning in any way that they choose. During PSHE lessons, pupils have a safe space in which to discuss their feelings, opinions and develop their emotional intelligence.

Teachers use informal assessment tools to review how the pupils are progressing within each area of PSHE learning, including circle times, discussions, focus questions and independent tasks. As well as a pre and post assessment for each half term. Pupils recognise and understand the school values and the fundamental British values.

They demonstrate a healthy outlook towards school and positive behaviour because they understand that they have a responsibility for their own actions and how they affect others.

RSE (Relationships and Sex Education) and Health Education

Our RSE scheme follows the Christopher Winter Project (CWP) resource ‘Teaching SRE with Confidence in Primary Schools’. The CWP scheme of work, has been quality assured by the PSHE training association and reflects the recent developments in RSE and the Science National Curriculum. It is a comprehensive scheme of work which has lesson plans and resources from Reception to Year 6. Within the resources there is an increased focus on safeguarding/keeping children safe. The resource also encourages children to develop the skills of listening, empathy, talking about feelings and relationships with families and friends. The resources in this scheme are age and developmentally appropriate.

Please click on the link below to see what each year group is learning .