PSHE

 

A Vision for PSHE

“We are aiming to nurture resilient, emotionally aware children, ready to flourish in the world ahead, who are able to reach their full potential.

We want the children in our care to be aware of their own emotional and physical wellbeing and the wellbeing of others.

We would also like the children of Flamstead End to be knowledgeable in the laws of society in which they live and their rights and responsibility and these of others and impact of their choices.”

        

PSHE is good when:

  • Children will understand, demonstrate and apply the British Values
  • Children develop a sense of sympathy and empathy towards others
  • Children will understand the importance of a healthy lifestyle and apply this
  • Children acquire and develop the skills and confidence to undertake problem-solving and decision-making.

 

Curriculum Policies

The curriculum policies outline the teaching, organisation and management of subjects taught and learnt at Flamstead End School.

The policies have been drawn up as a result of staff discussion and have the full agreement of the Governing Body. The implementation of these policies is the responsibility of all teaching staff. The responsibility for monitoring and review rests with the co-ordinator of each curriculum subject.

The following policies will be reviewed on publication of the new National Curriculum.