PSHE
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PSHE at Bader

Intent 

Pupils at Bader Primary School will be enriched with a PSHE curriculum and a vast range of experiences that, regardless of their background, will enable them to: 

  • Have and sustain positive relationships, have friends and have learned to treat other people with fairness, compassion and respect; 
  • Grow healthy and strong and understand how to look after their body and keep themselves safe; 
  • Live in the wider world as respectful, well rounded individuals, understanding that the world is a wondrous place and be inspired to make a difference. 

Implementation

Our PSHE curriculum is built around the needs of children at Bader.  We use a scheme which is called 3D PSHE, but have adapted this to suit the needs of children at Bader.  It is designed so that all children are taught the three strands of PSHE: health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world.  It is a planned, developmental programme of learning through which children and young people acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives now and in the future.  Each year group follows an overview which ensures a progressive structure for each strand through each year group.

PSHE Intent and Implementation

PSHE Impact

Our personalised PSHE curriculum has enabled children at Bader to have and sustain positive relationships, have friends and treat other people with fairness, compassion and respect.  They talk confidently about their knowledge of different aspects of relationships, and put this into practise through the relationships that they form and demonstrate with others.

Pupils at Bader know the importance of looking after their bodies through healthy eating and exercise, they can talk about hygiene including dental hygiene and they know how to keep themselves safe.  Children can recognise an unsafe situation, including online, and know how to deal with this and which adults they can trust.

Children are equipped to leave Bader with a wealth of knowledge about living in the wider world; they know what it means to be a respectful, well rounded individual, understanding that the world is a wondrous place and be inspired to make a difference.  Children leave Bader with knowledge of the value of money and have been taught that they should always have high aspirations for themselves and their futures.