PSHCE (Personal Social Health & Citizenship Education)
These are taught both specifically and in in a cross-curricular way. Children are taught about living a healthy lifestyle; understanding how money works; working with others; and being part of their community. It is important that we educate our children how to stay safe; how to cope with and manage their emotions; and how to celebrate difference.
We encourage our children to think critically and to listen to other viewpoints. We base our PSHCE curriculum on Go-Givers, a part of Young Citizens.