PSHE Intent, Implementation and Impact
Intent: Introduction, Vision and Philosophy
At Harris Mayflower we believe passionately that PSHCE helps to foster pupil well being and develop resilience and virtues that are fundamental to pupils being happy, successful and productive members of society.
PSHE in our academy will put in place the key building blocks for healthy, respectful relationships, focusing on family and friendships, both online and offline. This will sit alongside the essential understanding of how to be healthy emotionally, physically and mentally. Central to this is each pupil’s ability to believe that they can achieve goals, both academic and personal; to stick to tasks that will help them achieve those goals even when the reward may be distant or uncertain and to bounce back from knocks and challenging periods in their lives linking with our Core Value of Perseverance.
Teaching on the subject of mental wellbeing will also be key to ensuring that pupils are well prepared for the challenges which lay ahead in their lives.
Implementation: What does PSHE look like at HPAMA? Overview:
In PSHE 3 core themes are explored; Heath and Well-being, Relationships and Living in the Wider World.
We are committed to providing discrete lessons that are taught weekly with 3 quality reflection lessons recorded each half term. This means that one lesson is a practical exploration lesson and the following lesson is always a reflection, where children record their thoughts and understanding of the lesson taught.
The PSHE curriculum will enable our students to make effective decisions, and become respectful of the views and feelings of others, as well as developing their understanding of building relationships with family, friends and in the wider community. They will be able to effectively manage disputes and care for themselves and others.
The curriculum has the potential to have a profound and long lasting impact on the future of the lives of our pupils.
It will provide the foundations needed for a lifetime of positive relationships, physical and emotional wellbeing and the ability to play a key role as an effective citizen in the wider world.
Assessment will look at the reflection evidence that the children record at the end of the series of lessons. Peer and self-assessment will also be ongoing.
Pauline Mburu- PSHE Leader
|PSHE and Drugs Education Policy 2018||30th Apr 2018||Download|
|Year 1 Curriculum Overview Autumn 1||16th Sep 2019||Download|
|Year 2 Curriculum Overview Autumn 1||16th Sep 2019||Download|
|Year 3 Curriculum Overview Autumn 1||16th Sep 2019||Download|
|Year 4 Curriculum Map Autumn 1||16th Sep 2019||Download|
|Year 5 Curriculum Overview Autumn 1||16th Sep 2019||Download|
|New Harris Primary Curriculum 2019||09th Jan 2020||Download|
|PSHE Intent Implementation Impact.docx||12th Jan 2020||Download|