Children will leave Summerswood with developing decision-making skills, which allow them to ensure they have healthy minds, bodies and relationships. Children will learn to recognise the similarities and differences of different groups in the community and how they contribute to a diverse society.
Children at Summerswood will be provided with a learning environment that is secure and supportive, so that all individuals can develop academically and socially, free from fear of bullying including hurtful digital behaviours. Children will have developed the confidence to find help if needed.
At Summerswood Primary School we are following the PSHE Curriculum and Healthy Relationships Curriculum embedded in Curriculum Maestro. Year groups will build on skills, knowledge and understanding of theirs and others; wellbeing, unacceptable behaviours, staying safe, healthy lifestyles, personal hygiene and setting goals. However, at Summerswood, we are reflective that we live in a rapidly changing world and that, based on the needs of today’s children and schools, we may need to change the foreseeable plans and content of our teaching in order to offer concepts and skills that may need immediate or future teaching. Knowing your individual children, classes and having an awareness of the Personal, Social and Health Education of the school, may mean that you alter the plans.
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