Subject Leader Profile

Pupil Wellbeing

Mrs Campbell is our PSHE subject lead. She is a member of the PSHE Association and a Mental Health First Aider for both children and adults in the workforce.

She believes that PSHE encompasses all the aspects of school life and is central to helping our children at Roe Lee grow and develop into well rounded contributory members of our communities. She is passionate about creating a happy, safe environment in which our children can flourish.

PSHE at Roe Lee

At Roe Lee Park our PSHE curriculum encourages our children to develop responsibility and foster self-esteem in a happy and caring atmosphere of mutual respect that reflects our school.

Our PSHE curriculum strongly promotes positive mental health and wellbeing and provides an environment of trust and support in which our children can share, develop and grow.

PSHE at Roe Lee develops our children’s understanding of the ever changing world they live in and their place in it. We support our children in developing the skills necessary to effectively manage their own lives and play an active role in their communities.

Roe Lee Park believes that a strong PSHE education is important to help our pupils develop into well-rounded members of society, who can make a positive contribution to their community. The curriculum helps our children aspire to achieve their personal best in every aspect of school life and be the person they want to be.

Coronavirus update for PSHE home learning

The PSHE Association have released some home school learning activities for children and their parents/carers to access. As a parent/carer you are your child’s first educator and play a vital role in their personal and social development. Therefore, PSHE education should always be a partnership between schools and parents/carers. This guide will support you to contribute to your child’s PSHE education outside of school or through home learning. This guidance is relevant at any time, but particularly so given current school closures due to the coronavirus epidemic.

Next Steps - Embracing Change and Transition - Year 2

Taking care of myself - Years 3, 4, 5 and 6

Next Steps - Embracing Change and Transition - Year 6

Growing and Changing - Year 6

PSHE teaching at Roe Lee Park

At Roe Lee Park we follow the 3D PSHE programme from Dimensions. This is a fully comprehensive PSHE Education programme which includes creative lesson plans that can be easily integrated into the everyday teaching, based on the needs of our pupils and our school. It uses what the PSHE Association 2013 have identified as the core areas, covering key concepts and skills that underpin PSHE Education to help us as a school fulfil our statutory responsibility to support pupils’ spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development and prepare our pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life.

3D PSHE will help pupils ‘develop and demonstrate skills and attitudes that will allow them to participate fully in and contribute to life in modern Britain.’

Our pupils will also be taught through three underlying core themes, within which there will be broad overlap and flexibility:

  1. Health and Wellbeing
  2. Relationships
  3. Living in the Wider World

Within these three core themes are the following 12 units that individual lessons cover for our Key Stage One pupils. These are:

  • Healthy Lifestyles
  • Hygiene
  • Changing and Growing
  • Emotions
  • Keeping Safe
  • Communication
  • Bullying
  • Fairness
  • Family and Friends
  • Rules and Responsibilities
  • Communities
  • Money and Finance

In Key Stage Two there are 21 units that cover their individual lessons. They include the 12 from Key Stage One plus:

  • Nutrition and Food
  • Aspirations
  • First Aid
  • Collaboration
  • Similarities and Differences
  • Healthy Relationships
  • Diversity
  • Discrimination
  • Enterprise

Website links for PSHE - Yoga, Mindfulness and Relaxation

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