PSHCE Lead .... Emma Holmes
At St Anne’s Personal, social, health and citizenship and economic education (PSHCE) is taught from early years right through to the age of 19. PSHCE aims to provide children and young people with skills and knowledge that will support them personally and socially. At St Anne’s we do this through classroom-based activities such as discussions, games, stories and practical lessons but also through community visits. Below are just some of the areas that are covered in PSHCE at St Anne’s.
- Independence skills
- Keeping safe
- Relationships and sex education (friendships, puberty, safe relationships)
- Being Healthy
- Keeping Safe
- Understanding emotions
- Self-regulation support
- All about me
PSHCE outcomes are taken from the PSHCE curriculum progression ladder based on the curriculum that each pupil is following. The rationale for this is to ensure that objectives and lessons are catered to meet the needs and abilities of each individual. We want lessons to be built around what we believe is most important for the child or young person and that the objectives they are working on will positively impact the wider life of each individual.
If you have any further questions relation to PSHCE, please don’t hesitate in contacting the PSHCE co-ordinator – Emma Murray.