Personal and Social Health Education
“Always try to be a little kinder than is necessary.”
J M Barrie
Personal and Social Health Education: Our Intent for the subject.
At Walter Evans, we are proud of our nurturing, learning environment that has a well-planned PSHE and RHE curriculum at its heart. To be happy and self-confident, children need to develop lifelong strategies, which will positively affect their level of well-being and give them skills they can apply to all aspects of their lives. These are not skills that we are born with- they are skills that need to be taught, modelled and developed as children grow and that is where our structured PSHE and RHE lessons come into play. Through our well-taught PSHE, RHE and Circle Time sessions, our children are inspired to develop into well-rounded, resilient, emotionally attentive adults of the future. Intrinsically when teaching our PSHE and RHE lessons and by celebrating our Playground Pals and Well-being Ambassadors, we try our best to nurture care, and kindness, as well as fostering respect for others. PSHE and RHE prepares children for the next stage in life by ensuring they learn the vital skills of collaboration as they listen, turn-take, build friendships and relationships and help each other resolve problems. Increasing happiness, curiosity and perseverance in children can help break limiting beliefs that stifle aspiration and hamper the ability to achieve as our children begin Key Stage 3 and consider their future roles in society.
Personal Social & Emotional Development (PSED) Progression Grid in Early Years
How it fits within our school vision.
Our school vision is rooted in the Christian faith. As a proud Church of England school, our vision is underpinned by the Church of England’s vision for education. This vision identifies four interlinking aims for all our pupils and, at its heart, lies LOVE (Luke 10:27).
It is this LOVE for God, for our neighbours and ourselves, that forms our Christian foundation to underpin all that we do.
At Walter Evans we believe in a broad and balanced curriculum where all subjects are valued. A broad and balanced curriculum will equip our children with a breadth of knowledge and skills in all areas of the curriculum. We aim for our pupils to ‘Persevere, be curious and inspired through their learning’.