The acronym “PSHE” stands for Personal, Social, Health and Economic education. Ours is an innovative planner programme of learning. Through our lessons, children will be able to acquire the knowledge and skills they need to successfully manage their lives – right now as well as in the future.
Our PSHE curriculum embodies a positive philosophy. We believe in creative teaching and fun learning activities that will nurture children’s development and help them become aware, compassionate and well-rounded human beings.
So, what exactly is involved in these lesson plans and which subjects will be covered? Our comprehensive approach brings together a variety of different lessons in a clearly understandable manner that students are definitely going to enjoy. This includes:
Every puzzle will start with an introductory assembly. There is also a weekly celebration that will highlight a theme from that week’s PSHE lessons across the school. This encourages children to really live the learning in their behaviour and attitudes.
The content in our puzzles is different. Every lesson includes mindfulness practice, which refers to being able to observe your own thoughts and feelings as they happen in the present moment. Find out more below!
The first of our PSHE lesson plans covers a wide range of different topics, including a sense of belonging, welcoming others into your life and being part of a healthy school community.
The second lesson focuses on similarities and differences, friendships and conflict, and the concept of normality.
With these PSHE lessons, children will be encouraged to think about their hopes, dreams and goals for future success. We’ll go over what each child’s personal strengths are and how to best overcome challenges. Students will also learn about managing feelings of pride, ambition and disappointment.
The penultimate part is split into two main areas of health – emotional as well as mental. It mainly focuses on building a respectful relationship with the self and family.
The last part deals with change of many types. This includes puberty, becoming a teenager and growing from young to old.