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At Furness Academy, the PSHE curriculum aims to develop knowledge, skills, and key attributes of our pupils which will educate them as to how to keep themselves healthy and safe, as well as allowing them to prepare for life and work in modern Britain.  

Our programme of study ranges from EYFS up to KS2, aiming to help them develop a range of skills and attributes within their personal, social and economic life such as resilience, self-esteem, risk management, teamwork, and critical thinking in the context of learning. As a school, we believe that each child should be encouraged to be aware of the specific themes in PSHE; therefore we group them into three different themes: health and wellbeing, relationships, and living in the wider world (including economic wellbeing and aspects of careers education). 

We also strive to incorporate British Values within PSHE as a school in order to develop a greater understanding of life as British Citizens. 

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Intent

 

To educate children so that they understand the importance of healthy lifestyles and adopt healthy practices and attitudes.

To promote a school culture and environment that has health and emotional well-being at its heart.

To equip children in skills of citizenship and to guide them in becoming independent and confident members of society.

 

 

Curriculum Aims

That children will be provided with the knowledge, understanding, skills and attitudes to enable them to make informed decisions about their lives

To give children the confidence, skills and understanding to make healthy food choices. To ensure that healthy and nutritious food and drink is available across the school day.

To provide a range of physical activities for children to access. To educate children so they understand how physical activity can help them be healthier. To show children how physical activity can improve and be a part of their everyday lives.

To promote emotional health and well-being to help children understand and express their feelings, and build their confidence and emotional resilience and their capacity to learn. 

To educate children so that they understand the importance of healthy lifestyles and adopt healthy practices and attitudes

 To promote a school culture and environment that has health and emotional well-being at its heart.

 To equip children in skills of citizenship and to guide them in becoming independent and confident members of society.

 

 Implementation

Teaching and learning in PSHE covers the following areas:

                                                           · Personal, social and health education

                                                           · Healthy eating

                                                           · Physical activity

                                                           · Emotional health and well-being

 

Impact

The quality of learning and teaching in PSHE will be raised.

Improved children’s understanding of issues around emotions, health and growth

Children prepared to take place in society as well rounded and productive citizens

Curriculum Overview - 2019/2020

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