At St Louis, Personal social and health education (PSHE) is an integral part of learning that enables children to become healthy, independent and responsible members of society. It aims to develop the child’s understanding of how they are growing personally and socially and helps them to respond to moral, social and cultural issues that are part of their development. We use Tenten’s Life to the Full resources, Skillsbuilder and our RE curriculum to support children to develop emotionally, gain confidence, nurture self-esteem and increase capacity to work collaboratively. We prepare children in active citizenship, to develop positive relationships and maintain healthy lifestyles. Pupils are supported in all areas of personal development and are given sufficient time to learn. We hold assemblies featuring specific social and emotional aspects of learning, for example, Young Minds and mental wellbeing, CAFOD support for communities across the world and Show Racism the Red Card.
We use Life to the Full Curriculum and the detailed overview is provided below. This is a fully-resourced scheme of work in Relationships and Health Education (RHE) for primary schools.
All parents are given a login and password to access supporting material to use alongside school in their home setting.