Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education is an essential part of children's ability to be successful members of school, the community and wider society. At St Patrick’s our curriculum aims to build on the overall school curriculum by anticipating and responding to individual, group, class, and school needs. The scheme of work we use is called Jigsaw which has common school-wide themes developed through the relevant topics appropriate to the children's development. This is further adapted to each class's needs and related to the wider classroom and school experiences.
Children will learn a range of skills in PSHE during their time in Key Stage One and Two, at St Patrick’s, the link below shows you what these are for each year group in our school:
We teach these skills through PSHE topics per year. PSHE topics for each year group can be found below:
Please find below a leaflet for parents and carers about PHSE