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Thames View Primary School

Learning, fun and achievement for all.

Thames View Primary School

Learning, fun and achievement for all.

PSHCE

Statement for PSHCE

At Thames View Primary School, PSHCE (Personal, Social, Health and Cultural Education) empowers our children to focus on their physical and mental health, as well as becoming responsible members of a community and the wider society. They will explore a range of social and moral issues that are part of growing up. Throughout the school, we promote an open environment where all opinions are shared and respected equally about these issues. As a school, we ensure that lessons are age-appropriate and within the guidelines of the National Curriculum and PSHE association.

Curriculum

Our PSHCE curriculum enables the children to develop the following skills;

 

KS1

- Learning how to recognise and express range of emotions

- Identify differences and similarities between people (including physical differences)

- Understanding difference between teasing and bullying

- Exploring situations that feel safe or unsafe

- Begin to identify problem within the school and environment and suggest improvements

 

KS2

- Recognising and expressing a wider range of emotions and their effects on the body

- Demonstrating an understanding of different family dynamics

- Understand the ideas of community and collaborative work

- Understand biological aspects of making babies

- Recognise safety online with personal information and appropriate behaviour

- Explore the wide use of drugs, both recreationally and medicinal and the consequences of both

- Begin realising the importance of money in the wider world of income and tax

Below are attached versions of the subject overview across all year groups and key learning outcomes for each year group.

Here is an overview of the topics covered each term at Thames View Primary School

As we return to school, mental health and well-being is a key component for our children, parents and staff. Here are a range of resources and websites to support the children's and your well-being. Stay safe and remember to encourage talk about worries :)
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