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Personal, Social, Health and Economic Development/ Relationships Education

PSHE/RHSE 

(Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) 

(Relationship, Health and Sex Education) 

 

 Shining Together, We Reach for the Stars. 

 

At Bromesberrow, we are determined that children are Shining Together, We Reach for the Stars and it is important to us that our children have a strong PSHE approach to develop their resilience and support their sense of wellbeing; as well as to provide them with the knowledge and tools to prepare them for life in modern Britain (supporting FBV and SMSCD) including our most vulnerable and disadvantaged children in our care and the importance of this development for them. 

 

Our Christian Values: Respect, Motivation, Cooperation, Kindness, Pride, Perseverance

These Values are seen as curriculum drivers and learning behaviours to succeed and 'Reach for the Stars' whilst 'Shining Together'. Our values are rooted in the teachings of Jesus Christ and we use our learning from the Biblical texts to inspire us in our learning, providing us with Aspiration and Light to guide us through our learning journey. 

 

 Our PSHE/ RHSE programme across the school is support by resources such as:

EY's

Ks1

Ks2

Zippy's Friends 

TalkBoost

Zippy's Friends 

TalkBoost

PSHE Association Scheme

Passport 

Pink resources and PSHE scheme 

PSHE Association Scheme

Philosophy for Children (P4C)

 

 

 

 

 

 

We use programmes designed by Partnership for Children, which teach children skills for life; how to cope with everyday difficulties, how to communicate with and get on with other people, emotions, relationships, fairness, justice and what is right. change and loss,  and build self awareness and emotional resilience.

 

  • Zippy's Friends - Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 
  • Apple's Friends - Year 3 and Year 4 
  • Passport - Year 5 and Year 6. 

Further information on all of these programmes is available from the Partnership for Children website at: http://www.partnershipforchildren.org.uk/ 

 

Connectivity

As a part of our whole school cohesion in the curriculum, we adopt an enquiry focus each term, e.g. being sportsmen, gymnasts, athletes, historians, geographers, artists, musicians, linguists... We believe that this creates better connectivity between the subjects; making learning more relevant to the children so that they are inspired to 'reach for the stars' personally and as a school team.