Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education
Through our PSHE curriculum we aim to develop each pupil’s self-esteem as well as their appreciation of the views, opinions, religions and cultures of other people. They are taught to be increasingly aware about their own rights, respects and responsibilities leading to pupils becoming life-long learners who make a positive contribution to our world, preparing them for life in modern Britain.
We use a programme called 1Decision to support the PSHE development in our school. 1Decision is a comprehensive and engaging programme which enables pupils to explore various topics in a safe and educational environment.
In key stage 1 children learn about keeping/staying safe, keeping/staying healthy, relationships, being responsible, feelings and emotions, computer safety and money matters.
In key stage 2 children learn about keeping/staying safe, keeping/staying healthy, growing and changing, being responsible, feelings and emotions, computer safety, the working world and a world without judgement.
1Decision supports our teaching of the Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) and Health Education statutory guidance where by the end of primary school children are taught about families and people who care for them, caring friendships, respectful relationships, online relationships, being safe, mental wellbeing, internet safety and harms, physical health and fitness, healthy eating, drugs, alcohol and tobacco, health and prevention, basic first aid and the changing adolescent body.
Children in our Early Years are taught PSHE through the Early Years Foundation Stage Curriculum Prime Area Personal, Social and Emotional Development and the Specific Area Understanding the World.
Equality of opportunity at Winnington Park Primary School means that all children, taking account of gender, age, ability, disability, ethnic origin, faith, culture, social circumstances and sexual orientation have full access to all the curricular, pastoral and social opportunities offered by our computing curriculum.