At Northfield St Nicholas Primary academy the PSHE curriculum is accessible to all. It aims to prepare children to live in an increasingly complex world which presents both positive and exciting opportunities as well as challenges and risk. It will achieve this by helping them develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they will need to keep themselves and others safe, to be healthy and prepared for life and work;  providing the children with the necessary skills to manage their lives now and in the future.

By the time they leave NSNPA children will have an essential understanding of how to stay healthy.

They will be taught about the concept of mental wellbeing and how to take care of themselves and receive support if mental health issues arise. They will understand the key building blocks of respectful relationships that focus on family and friends in all contexts, including online. They will be skilled in managing their academic, personal and social lives in a positive way and know how to manage their personal safety by assessing and handling risk. They will be prepared to make the most of life and work and live in the wider world.

The curriculum has been written in consultation with parents/carers and the wider community in line with statutory requirements.

Whole School Curriculum Overview

R2 RSE Policy

NSN PSHE ‘How we do it here’

RSE DFE requirements by end of primary

PSHE Vocabulary

NSNPA PSHE including RSE Curriculum intent

Healthy Me display poster

NSNPA PSHE including RSE Progression Map

RSE primary schools guide for parents

PDF Resources

British Values

KS1 Resource

KS2 Resource

Picture News at Home

Picture News Paper

Year 3 doing first aid