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How PSHE is taught at Church Lench C E First School


At Church Lench CE First School we teach PSHE through the PSHE Association Program of Study. This is a government recognised curriculum and was produced in consultation with a wide variety of agencies and practitioners to meet the needs of today’s pupils and is regularly updated to meet these changing needs.


The programme of study includes three core themes:

  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Relationships
  • Living in the Wider World


At Church Lench CE First School we have designed our PSHE Curriculum using these three themes. We ensure that our curriculum takes into account our children’s needs and make it both relevant to our children as well as introducing them to key ideas and themes to ensure that they have a well-rounded education. We ask questions that encourage deep thinking and require the children to think in different ways about situations and events that they may come across e.g. bullying.


Classes 1, 2 and 3

PSHE is taught discreetly in weekly sessions as well as when specific issues arise within the classroom. Much of the work done in PSHE sessions is verbal discussions and role playing situations but the children also get to, amongst other things, write or design posters, create artwork and present their work to each other. The work produced by the class is displayed in a large class book which is accessible to everyone in the class.