Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education
Children will know how to live a well-rounded healthy lifestyle which includes:
physical and mental well-being; forming positive relationships with others; recognising and accessing support with regard to extremism and radicalisation; and understand their position in the wider world.
These skills will provide them with opportunities to empathise and connect with world around them; have an ethical approach and a sense of social responsibility, in order for them to thrive as adults.
PSHE at Woodside is supported by the PSHE Association programme of study. It has been carefully sequenced to ensure knowledge and skills are built upon and developed over time.
Children's PSHE skills and knowledge are assessed using the criteria provided by the PSHE Association.
For more information about the programmes of study we use for the PSHE curriculum, click here: