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SJS PSHE Overview




Year 3

Autumn 1: Settling in.

Autumn 2: Making friends.


Spring 1: People and their work.

Spring 2: Keeping safe in school.


Summer 1: Focus on feelings

Summer 2: In someone else's shoes.

Year 4

Autumn 1: Feeling good

Autumn 2: Ups and downs in relationships.


Spring 1: Keeping safe outside school.

Spring 2: Keeping healthy.


Summer 1: Changes in families.

Summer 2: Looking ahead.

Year 5

Autumn 1: Who decides?

Autumn 2: We're all different.

Spring 1: Risks and pressures

Spring 2: It's my body.


Summer 1: Being involved in my community.

Summer 2: Looking at the world.


Year 6

Autumn 1: Rights and responsibilities.

Autumn 2: Managing conflict.


Spring 1: The world of work.

Spring 2: Taking responsibility for my own safety.


Summer 1: Changing relationships.

Summer 2: Transition and managing change.

Personal, social and health education (PSHE) Curriculum

What is PSHE?

PSHE stands for personal, social, health education and it is defined by the schools inspectorate Ofsted as a planned programme to help children and young people develop fully as individuals and as members of families and social and economic communities.


What does it look like at SJS?
At Shakespeare PSHE is taught in a variety of ways, allowing all children to access the important social and cultural lessons. It is taught through drama and role play, discussions and hands on activities. All year groups take part in activities that allow them to discuss difficult or complicated topics in a friendly environment. It also helps the children build team work and communication skills.

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