We aim to equip our pupils with the knowledge and strength of character to make informed decisions and appropriate choices as they grow into adulthood. This will enable them to contribute and change society for the better, using Jesus as their example.

We support wellbeing by teaching pupils to stay safe and healthy, and by building self-esteem, resilience and empathy. Our effective PSHE/Wellbeing programme can tackle barriers to learning, raise aspirations, and improve the life chances of all, including the most vulnerable and disadvantaged pupils.

The skills and attributes developed through PSHE education are shown to increase academic attainment and attendance rates, as well as improve employability, boost social mobility and improve economic wellbeing.


The programme encompasses three overlapping areas:

• Health and Wellbeing

• Relationships

• Living in the Wider World


Key themes studied include:

• Personal values and safety
• Online safety
• Physical wellbeing
• Mental wellbeing
• Relationships and sex education
• Careers and aspirations
• Managing work, exams and stress
• Democracy and the rule of law
• Stewardship of the Earth


Curriculum Overview

The curriculum overview for PSHE


The PSHE Team:

Mrs K Mercer

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