PSHE

Curriculum Intent

At Victoria Primary PSHE lessons will prepare children for being good citizens.  They will develop emotional intelligence and the ability to articulate their feelings in order to maintain good mental health as well as understanding the importance of their physical health and being healthy.  Using a growth mindset strategy, the children at Victoria Primary will become resilient, flexible learners, knowledgeable for the future. 

The children will be given the vocabulary to be able to articulate their feelings.  The intention is to promote mental wellbeing and empathy across the Victoria Primary and into the community.  The children at Victoria Primary have a range of family backgrounds and life experiences.  It is important that we build upon these experiences to provide understanding of the diversity in our country as a whole in terms of race, religion, relationships.  The intent at Victoria Primary is to develop tolerant, respectful young people, prepared for their future lives.  PSHE also develops the understanding of health and fitness.  We will give children at Victoria Primary the knowledge to be able to make informed choices with regards to diet and exercise.  In our increasingly technological world, the children in Victoria Primary use online resources frequently both in and outside of school.  Our intent at Victoria Primary is to ensure all children are able to stay safe, making the correct choices about their use of technology. 


Curriculum Aims

At Victoria Primary Academy:

  • Children will develop positive and healthy relationship with their peers both now and in the future.
  • Children will understand the physical aspects involved in RSE at an age appropriate level.
  • Children will have respect for themselves and others.
  • Children will have positive body images.
  • Children will know how to keep themselves safe physically, mentally and technologically.

Subject Leader

For more information, please contact the PSHE Subject Leader:

Mrs L Giles
gilesl@victoriaprimaryacademy.org.uk


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