Nether Kellet Primary School
Nether Kellet Primary School

PSHEE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education)

Our PSHE curriculum includes Health and Wellbeing, Relationships and Sex Education and Living in the Wider World. 

Core Theme 1 Health and WellbeingCore Theme 2 Relationships and Sex EducationCore Theme 3 Living in the Wider World
Healthy Lifestyles (physical wellbeing)Families and positive close relationshipsShared responsibilities
Mental HealthFriendshipsCommunities
Ourselves, growing and changingManaging hurtful behaviour and bullyingMedia literacy and digital resilience
Keeping SafeSafe relationshipsEconomic wellbeing- money
Drugs, alcohol and tobaccoRespecting self and othersEconomic wellbeing- aspirations, work, career

Developing children’s personal and social skills, understanding of relationships and ensuring their physical, mental and emotional wellbeing is central to our ethos as a school. We teach the PSHE curriculum in a variety of ways including:

Whole school assembly themes – these are reinforced in assemblies in the hall and in class throughout the week.  They cover themes such as: honesty, putting yourself in someone else’s shoes, anti-bullying, wisdom, friendship, achieving our goals, taking risks, perseverance, independence, etc.

PSHE sessions is class – these may take the form of games, circle time, discussions or debates or may cover specific aspects such as road safety including sessions from the police and fire brigade, school nurse, cycle safety, dental health or the world of work.

Life Education Bus – all children have a half-day session on the Life Education Bus each year. Children learn about relationships, medicines and drugs, keeping their bodies healthy and dealing with peer pressure in fun interactive sessions on the bus.

Our PSHE curriculum is taught in a structured way but it also underpins everything we do so much of our PSHE work is incidental and is conveyed in the many conversations and lessons we do with the children each and every day.  Fundamental to our school ethos is the way in which the children interact with each other and the values and skills that they develop for themselves so these are woven through all aspects of school life and reinforced by all adults in school.

SEND: For children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, we ensure that all teaching and learning is inclusive and that children are supported wherever necessary with resources, teaching assistant or teacher support and additional input if required.

Planning guidelines

We use the SCARF resources linked with the Lancashire Life Education Bus as the basis for our PSHE curriculum:

Autumn 1Autumn 2
Relationships Me and My RelationshipsLiving in the Wider World Rules, Rights and Responsibilities
SCARF lessons: Feelings, secrets, safeguarding, bullying, friendships, conflict, healthy relationshipsSCARF lessons: R&R, money, caring for the environment, understanding the world and issues, first aid
Assemblies throughout the year (this term): friendships, words and how you use them, somebody else’s shoes, bullying, resolving conflict, feelings, communication, cooperation, honesty.Assemblies throughout the year (this term): rights and responsibilities, caring for the environment, heroes, people who make a difference, courage, British Values, people who look after us, belonging, people with disabilities, racial discrimination, different faiths.
Curriculum: Kidsafe, teamwork, P4C, Life Ed BusCurriculum: Money awareness, enterprise, first aid,  P4C
Spring 1Spring 2
Health and Wellbeing Being My BestHealth and Wellbeing Keeping Myself Safe
SCARF lessons: Growth mindset, goals for the future, perseverance, risk taking, creativity, keeping healthy, healthy lifestyles, hygieneSCARF lessons: Kidsafe, road safety, water safety, cycle safety, drugs awareness, e-safety
Assemblies throughout the year (this term): Growth mindset, goal setting, risk taking, perseverance, independence, decision maker, resilience, creativity, healthy lifestyles, courage, honesty and wisdom.Assemblies throughout the year (this term):  safer internet, water safety, road safety, keeping myself safe, Life Ed. Bus.
Curriculum: reference to Planet Inspiration, general ethos, science – healthy lifestyle, PE – healthy lifestyle.  Goal setting, Life Ed BusCurriculum: Bikeability, e-safety lessons in ICT, road safety programme, personal life-saving, water safety
Summer 1Summer 2
Relationships Valuing DifferenceHealth and Wellbeing Growing and Changing
SCARF lessons: Tolerance and diversity, global issues, disability awareness, British Values, citizenship  SCARF LESSONS: RSE, changing bodies and emotions, independence, taking responsibility
Assemblies throughout the year (this term): British Values, diversity, respecting others’ differences, multi-cultural celebrations, disability awareness, fair trade, anti-racism.Assemblies throughout the year (this term): Independence, taking responsibility, moving on.
Curriculum: British values, global awareness, P4C, citizenship, democracy, Parliament visit.  Curriculum: changes, puberty/RSE, Life Ed Bus