PSCHE is taught in all year groups following the resources and lesson plans from the Jigsaw scheme of work. PSCHE education is a school subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepared for life and work. Through teaching this subject, we aim to develop skills and attributes such as resilience, self-esteem, risk-management, team working and critical thinking in the context of three core themes: health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world (including economic wellbeing and aspects of careers education).

In June 2019, the Department for Education launched the final statutory guidance to accompany introduction of compulsory health education, relationships education and relationships and sex education (RSE) in 2020. 

In July 2021, we were proud to receive accreditation for our completion of BigTalk Education’s parent, staff and pupil’s relationship and sex education programme. A specialist team of facilitators worked with our pupils, parents and school staff on the Growing up safe: a whole school approach programme which is designed to keep children safe, healthy and happy.

Check out our amazing PSCHE activities!

Exploring the changing season, climbing, sharing stories and drinking hot chocolate 🌳 Forest School afternoons are so good for the soul 🤍 #BGForestSchool #BGPSCHE

What a wonderful afternoon spent in the forest 🌳
There’s nothing like being in the outdoors to boost everyone’s mood and bring smiles to all faces 🤍🦔 #BGForestSchool #BGPSCHE

In our Jigsaw lesson this week we have been tasked with designing a school that could be built somewhere abroad in a deprived area. We researched more about the charity UNICEF and how they help to transform lives through education! #BGPSCHE

Next week is Anti-bullying week. We are taking part in Odd Socks day on Monday. Come to school wearing odd socks to celebrate what makes us all special and unique 😊#BGPSCHE

In PSCHE last week, we looked at stereotypes. We discussed how people often make assumptions based on what people look like and do, then we had a go ourselves and shared what we thought #BGPSCHE

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