High quality PSHE supports pupils’ personal, social, health and economic development and helps to give pupils the knowledge, skills, strategies and attributes to help them make informed choices and decisions about the different opportunities and challenges life presents.
Our PSHE provision has been designed to be age appropriate, whilst being sensitive to the needs of our whole school community to ensure PSHE provision gives our pupils and education which will support them both now and in the future. Our PSHE provision is underpinned by the 2010 Equalities duty and provides an inclusive curriculum that promotes understanding and mutual respect for all.
We use the Coram SCARF scheme to form the basis of our PSHE teaching. SCARF stands for Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience and Friendship. The scheme has been designed by experts and we have also consulted with a group of Roundwood parents who have agreed that the delivery of the scheme and objectives will give our children the best possible outcomes.
Our PSHE provision extends beyond the curriculum and includes assemblies, theme days and visits. The provision fully supports the school’s ethos and values. PSHE is part of Roundwood School’s broad and balanced curriculum supporting spiritual, moral, cultural, and social education, citizenships, equalities and safeguarding.
Please see the below links for more information about our PSHE policy.
PSHE Policy 2020
Coram SCARF year group objectives