Personal, Social, Health and Emotional (PSHE)
Subject Leader: Mrs V Cornish
Subject Policy: MF Relationship Policy 2020
Subject Policy: MF PSHE policy 2020
Subject Document: MF PSHCE Curriculum Coverage 2021
Subject Document: PSHE Curriculum
Subject Gallery: Personal, Health, Social and Emotional (PHSE) Photo Gallery
Our Vision Statement for PSHE
PSHE objectives are met through lessons, theme weeks, guest speakers, visits and encouraging full involvement in school life including involvement in Smart School Council Class meetings, sports teams, music clubs, House captains and prefect roles and fund raising.
Our school vision and ethos is strongly supported through, and embedded in, the delivery of our PSHE whole-school approach to the curriculum. At Manor Field, we are committed to ensuring that the emotional and social needs of all our children are met within our school environment, and we support the development of children’s health and wellbeing, self-esteem and confidence
As part of providing a broad and balanced PSHE curriculum, we are able to nurture and support the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development in young children and promote the fundamental British values in young lives. We support children to develop the knowledge, skills and understanding they need to lead confident, healthy and independent lives, and become responsible citizens. We recognise that our school vision is crucial to this learning and should be at the heart of whole-school development
Our scheme of work You, Me, PSHE provides Manor Field with a clear and progressive PSHE curriculum. As a school, we have based our ‘Whole School PSHE Curriculum Overview’ around our key texts. For example, in Year 5, the key text being read in Summer 1 is ‘The Iron Woman’. To fit in with the theme of the text, the PSHE strand that is taught alongside is, ‘Identity, equality and society’ - Stereotypes, Discrimination and Predjudice
Alongside our PSHE curriculum, children participate in fortnightly Thrive lessons. To support the School’s Thrive approach, teacher’s use ‘MindUp’ lessons. Based firmly in neuroscience, ‘MindUP’ teaches the skills and knowledge children need to regulate their stress and emotion, form positive relationships, and act with kindness and compassion.
- Example Lesson Earning money
- Example Lesson 1 Borrowing and earning money
- Example Lesson 3 What is a budget
- Example Year 2 PSHE Lesson
Other aspects of PHSE such as British Values are deeply rooted in the school’s core values. These are shared, celebrated and developed through timetabled weekly assemblies.
British Values at Manor Field School Powerpoint