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Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE)

The intention of the PSHE curriculum at Woodfield infant School is to equip children with the necessary skills to enable them to become responsible citizens who are able to establish and sustain meaningful and positive relationships with others. Through following a recognised scheme of work, the key areas of mental and physical health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world, ensure that the children have the opportunity to learn the essential life skills required in order to lead a happy and healthy life whilst beginning to grasp a basic understanding of economics, including ways to manage money. Safeguarding is an integral part of the PSHE curriculum and we encourage children to have the confidence to express their thoughts and feelings through open and honest discussion and to share any concerns they may have within a supportive environment. In order to do this, children need to have a sufficiently developed vocabulary to enable them to share their opinions and describe personal experiences with accuracy and using appropriate terminology. Therefore, we endeavour to teach the children a rich vocabulary across all subject areas.

What do children learn in Years 1 and 2?

Spotlight on PSHE - Parents' Information from Newsletter

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