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We see Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education (PSHEC) as being at the centre of all that we do. Through our curriculum, our school environment and our school ethos, we promote pupil’s self- esteem and emotional well –being and help them to form and maintain worthwhile and satisfying relationships, based on respect for themselves and for others, at home, at school and in the community.



The school aims through a broad, balanced and differentiated curriculum to develop the children's ability to:

  • keep themselves and others safe
  • understand and respect the differences between people and form effective and fulfilling relationships
  • develop independence and responsibility
  • play an active role as members of a democratic society
  • behave in a socially and morally acceptable way including towards authority and each other
  • become involved in the life of their community
  • know about democracy and how to be an active citizen
  • know about economic wellbeing
  • explore, consider and begin to understand moral dilemmas
  • choose activities and food that will keep them healthy
  • be aware of the use/misuse of medicines and the role of drugs
  • learn the school values of respect, fairness, belonging, courage and faith


Teaching and Learning


Our planning is based on the SEAL materials, EYFS and Jenny Mosely’s Circletime activities along with our annual charitable timetable. It is carefully tailored to maximise our resources, expertise and the needs of our children.