PSHE Education

Personal Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) Education

Intent

To provide pupils with the skills to form positive relationships, make choices, keep safe & healthy, navigate the modern world

Broad and balanced – Access for all

Mental health and social skills

Holistic Approach

Physical, social, emotional, and mental health wellbeing of our students

Age-appropriate and relevant content

Tailored to the individual needs and abilities of students across different key stages and pathways

Implementation

  • Universal, targeted, specialised offer
  • Essential Toolkits
  • EHCP outcomes- key stage outcome.
  • Inclusive- Curriculum pathways
  • Schemes of work -RSHE/ Computing
  • CPD

Impact

Academic Achievement– EHCP

Personal Development and Well-being Resilience, confidence, and self-esteem- manage their emotions effectively

CommunicationMake informed decisions

SEMHRegulation strategies/ develop a positive self-identity.

Positive Behaviors and Relationships– Effective communication, respect, tolerance

Increased Awareness and Knowledge – As a result, they are better prepared to face challenges, develop healthy relationships, and lead fulfilling lives.

Positively contribute to communityMaintain good physical health, mental well-being, relationships, personal safety, and financial literacy to make informed choices and contribute positively to their communities.

Preparation for Transition and Future Prospects

Essential skills – students have the necessary tools to pursue meaningful educational, vocational, and social opportunities beyond school.

Dysart Documents

PSHE Overview March2024

Relationships and sex education policy

Our RSE offer

PARENT'S PRESENTATION