PSHE and Safeguarding are vital parts of the school’s curriculum. Teaching children about themselves and how to build healthy relationships with others, whilst keeping themselves safe, is crucial.
From September 2020 all schools should deliver a comprehensive RSHE curriculum.
We have a responsibility to prepare our pupils for 21st century Britain including recognising and being able to form healthy relationships and having the skills to keep themselves safe (including online).
The lessons reflect our school values: peace, love, unity and respect.
The lessons actively promote British Values, comply with the Equality Act, keep our children safe, reflecting the changing needs of the children and adults in the school community.
Our PSHE learning helps to promote the school’s local curriculum.
The lessons allow a continuation of a conversation that might have started at home and for others they will help start the conversation.
At George Carey we use the Jigsaw mindfulness approach to deliver a broad and stage appropriate RSHE curriculum.
Through our lessons our children learn to be: healthy, open-minded and well rounded citizens.
We celebrate national days to support RSHE: Children’s mental health day, World mental health day, anti-bullying week/odd socks day, Children in needs, Red nose day, safer internet day. These are used to raise awareness for all children throughout the school.
Workshops are used to enhance the Jigsaw curriculum to ensure it reflects the need of the school community
Children are assessed through large projects at the end of each jigsaw unit by developing a creative project. Additionally, children self assess their learning in each individual lesson.
For more details on what children will learn please clink on the links below.
1. BM - Being Me In My World
2.CD- Celebrating Differences
3. DG - Dreams and Goals
4. HM- Healthy Me
5. RL - Relationships
6. CM - Changing Me
Policy and Letter regarding Relationship Sex Health Education
Your Rights Parents As Parents