Our PSHE provision develops the knowledge, skills and attributes our pupils need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepared for life and work.

We make every effort for our PSHE curriculum to have an impact on both academic and non-academic outcomes for pupils, particularly the most vulnerable and disadvantaged.

Our Programme of Study for PSHE education aims to develop skills and attributes such as resilience, self-esteem, risk-management, teamworking and critical thinking in the context of three core themes: health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world (including economic wellbeing and aspects of careers education).

PSHE Summary Sheet for website


Aims and Objectives

The aims of our PSHE curriculum are:

  • To enable children to understand that they can be successful learners and to know what skills and attributes they will need.
  • To promote a positive attitude towards learning, so that children enjoy coming to school, and acquire a solid basis for lifelong learning;
  • To teach children the basic skills of literacy, numeracy and information communications technology (Computing);
  • To enable children to be creative through art, dance, music, drama and design technology;
  • To enable children to be healthy individuals who enjoy sport and appreciate the importance of a healthy life style;
  • To enable children to develop their own personal interests.
  • To teach children about their developing world, including how their environment and society have changed over time;
  • To help children understand Britain’s cultural heritage;
  • To enable children to be positive citizens in society and to feel that they can make a difference;
  • To enable children to understand and respect other cultures;
  • To fulfil all the requirements of the National Curriculum and the Locally Agreed syllabus for Religious Education;
  • To teach children to have an awareness of their own spiritual development, and to understand right from wrong;
  • To help children understand the importance of truth and fairness, so that they grow up committed to equal opportunities for all;
  • To enable children to have respect for themselves and high self-esteem, and to be able to live and work co-operatively with others;
  • To enable children to be active and take responsibility for their own health;
  • To develop children musically, both vocally and through the use of instruments;
  • To enable children to be passionate about what they believe in and to develop their own thinking;
  • To enable children to ask questions and take risks.
  • To enable children to develop their intellect including their emotional intelligence.


Money and Finance

Within our PSHE Curriculum the children have the opportunity to learn about Money and Finance.  The following links are sessions that can be completed at home to develop an understanding of Family money.

Family workshop presentation FINAL

Further Advice and Support sheet

House template

Jobs and Aspirations cards

Priority Bills Consequences Worksheet 1

Priority Bills Worksheet 1

Which Job and Why activity sheet



The following are some activities that your child could complete at home to develop their understanding of themselves as a person.

Allowing your child to think about their strengths and what they have to offer others and the communities to which they belong.


It is important to give your child a chance to discuss any of their worries.  By discussing their worries, they may be able to reduce them particularly by focusing only on the worries that they have control over. 


Your child may at some point be feeling negatively.  This will allow your child to think  about their negative thoughts in a different way.


This activity will allow children to think about how others may see them.  This might help them to think of the positives of their character.


It is really important to talk about all different kinds of emotions.  This can be done in a fun way with this game.