CURRICULUM

Personal Social Health and Citizenship Education (PSHCE)

Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education at Cleves is a planned programme of learning though which children acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives now and in the future. As part of a whole school approach, we are aiming to develop the qualities and attributes children need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society.

Each year we cover a range of topics including creating a community, how we solve problems, managing feelings and learning how to make school a safe place for all.
There is also a focus on bullying and how to deal it. Children will learn to develop relationships and friendships both within and outside of school. As a school, through our PSHCE curriculum, we will enable children to set themselves goals and work towards them.

To enrich the PSHCE curriculum we arrange visits from community bodies such as the police, environmental health, health professionals, traffic management.
Our School Council, elected each term, meets regularly and is active in helping children to take an active role in the school.

 

 

Fauziya Rahman
- PSHCE Coordinator

Websites to use at home

My LIfe for school

Everyschool

 

Topics this term

Nursery

New beginnings – creating a community, solving problems, feelings, calming down, self- awareness, making a safe place.

 

 

Year 1

New beginnings – creating a community, solving problems, feelings, calming down, self- awareness, making a safe place.

Year 3

 New beginnings – getting to know each other, gifts and talents, exploring feelings, calming down, problem solving, welcoming people to the group.

Year 5

New beginnings – creating a community, focus on feelings; focus on managing feelings, new beginnings.

Reception

New beginnings – creating a community, solving problems, feelings, calming down, self- awareness, making a safe place.

 

 

Year 2

New beginnings – building a community, exploring feelings, welcoming others, solving problems, and making a safe place to learn.

Year 4

 New beginnings – getting to know each other, gifts and talents, exploring feelings, calming down, problem solving, welcoming people to the group.

Year 6

New beginnings – creating a community, focus on feelings; focus on managing feelings, new beginnings.

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