PSHE, which stands for Personal, Social and Health Education, is at the heart of our school and encompasses personal development across the whole curriculum. At Hensall, we aim to prepare our children for life in the modern world. Through our newly developed curriculum, we offer a variety of activities to help our children with their spiritual, moral, social and cultural development, embedding the fundamental British Values of democracy, the rule of law, individual liberty, mutual respect and tolerance of those of different faiths and beliefs.
As our pupils grow as individuals and progress through school we are committed to ensure that they achieve, not just academically, but also spiritually, morally, culturally and socially, in order to be prepared for life in the modern world.
Each Friday afternoon, every class will partake in PSHE lessons focusing on a particular topic each half term. Following this, the children will engage in a variety of activities on a particular theme, which links to the PSHE curriculum. These activities have been planned to prepare the children with skills they will need in everyday life and to understand the world in which they live. Please find below our whole school PSHE overview and Feel Good Friday themes.
In addition to our weekly PSHE lessons, we also have a variety of whole school events that promote all areas of SMSC and British Values. Take a look below of some of the special days, events, fundraising and visitors the children of Hensall have experienced:
Curriculum Progression Documents
The curriculum progression document for PSHE including RSE shows how we map subject knowledge and skills sequentially from EYFS to Year 6. In each year group, we know the order of what our pupils have learnt, what they are learning and what they will need to learn in the future. This document enables us to identify any gaps in learning that need to be addressed to ensure that new learning makes sense to our pupils.