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PSHE stands for Personal, Social and Health Education.

Below you can read the school's PSHE Policy and then look at the PSHE curriculum for each year group, half term by half term. This will give you a clear understanding of what is covered through our PSHE curriculum.


The SEAL programme (Social Emotional Aspects of Learning) contributes to personal development by promoting social and emotional understanding and is included within the PSHE curriculum.


There are many other parts to school life, such as assemblies, our Whole School Behaviour and Attitudes Strategy and our continual involvement in the arts, which also contribute to the development of our pupils so they are equipped to be full and valued members of British society.


When combined, the school ensures all pupils are subjected to a full spiritual, moral, social and cultural programme.

PSHE Overview