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PSHE Curriculum

Our school’s PSHE education programme will support our pupils to thrive in a time of rapid change, with new and unpredictable opportunities and challenges constantly emerging. Our PSHE curriculum enables children to become healthy, independent and responsible members of the school community and society. We intend that children will understand how they are developing personally and socially and give them understanding of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up. We believe it is not enough to simply teach pupils about the issues covered in the subject content. It is vital that pupils have the opportunity to explore their attitudes, values and beliefs about these issues and to develop the skills, language and strategies necessary to manage such issues should they encounter them. Our three key themes are Health and Wellbeing; Relationships; Living in the Wider World.

Click on the documents below to find out more about out PSHE curriculum.

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Overview of 

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Term Plan and Knowledge Progression

PSHE Progression of Vocabulary 



of Skills

"PSHE prepares you for life as adult."
Year 6 pupil
"It's about accepting everyone for who they are."
Year 4 pupil
"We learn how to help people."
Year 3 pupil
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Ruby Class enjoy learning about what to do in an emergency. 
Emerald Class work together to identify dangers and think about who they could ask for help.  
Sapphire Class
think about how we are all unique by recognising their own personal qualities.
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Diamond Class enjoy practising their first aid skills. 

Suffolk Minds
During the Summer Term, we had a visit from Suffolk Minds who ran a workshop for the staff and children about our Wellbeing. Follow this link to find out more. 

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Click on the link below to visit the Calm Zone website. Calm Zone offers activities, tools, games and videos to help improve children's mental health. 

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