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PSHE education is the school subject through which children and young people acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives, now and in the future
The value of PSHE in our Curriculum
Our school’s vision is driven by ensuring our children have a chance to shine and preparing them for a future of possibilities. This statement underpins the ways in which we ensure a whole school approach to providing an effective, sensitive and age appropriate PSHE curriculum that prepares our children for opportunities, responsibilities and experiences, now and for their whole lives. We believe that pupils have an entitlement to learn about relationships and health education as part of the wider PSHE provision.
At Prestolee, we believe that supporting children’s mental health and wellbeing is paramount. We aim to educate our children so that they can develop the personal skills they need to establish and maintain healthy relationships. Our PSHE curriculum fulfils the requirements of the statutory requirements of the Relationships and Health Education, which begins in the Early Years as we believe it is a lifelong learning process of acquiring information, developing skills and forming positive beliefs and attitudes about sexuality, relationships and feelings. It also enables young people to make responsible and informed decisions about their own health and well-being.
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