The PSHE curriculum includes units of work on identity, physical and mental health and wellbeing, sex and relationship education, financial capability, drug, alcohol and tobacco education and cooking.
Personal, Social, Health and Economic education (PSHE) is a subject where pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes needed to manage their lives now and in the future, and understand the world around them. These skills will help them to stay healthy, safe and prepare them for their life in the modern world.
PSHE includes Relationships and Sex Education (RSE), Drug, Alcohol and Tobacco Education, Keeping safe and managing risk, Mental health and emotional wellbeing, Physical health and wellbeing, Careers, financial capability and economic wellbeing and Identity, society and equality.
At Pooles Park, there are plenty of opportunities to develop these skills through participation in PSHE lessons, School Council, their school journey and projects such as Shakespeare Schools Festival and Philosophy for Children (P4C).
Relationships and Sex Education.
Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) units are taught in Year 2, Year 4 and Year 6 at Pooles Park.See below to find the RSE parent presentation to find out more information.
Parent consultation presentations May 2021 via Zoom:
KS1 RSE Schools presentation for parents