The personal and social development of each child has a significant role in their ability to learn and achieve.

PSHE is taught directly in class and through other subjects i.e. Literacy, Humanities, Science and PE. It is reinforced through the daily life of the school community e.g. school assemblies, playground behaviour, healthy eating during break and lunchtimes, School Council and taking care of the school environment. We also welcome visitors to the school such as Health Professionals, Police, Fire Service and other positive role models.

Every class takes part in a circle time activity once every two weeks. This allows children to discuss/debate a range of personal, social and citizenship issues in a safe and trusting environment.

PSHE includes RSE (Relationships and Sex Education).

The new policy and new curriculum overview are coming soon!