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At The Castle School, our PSHE curriculum allows our students to develop the skills, knowledge and understanding to empower them to achieve their personal aspirations. Through PSHE, we aim to equip students with the skills they need live their lives safely, fully, and as independently as possible. At The Castle School, PSHE is embedded in everything we do. From Primary 2 onwards, students have a discrete weekly PSHE lesson to teach them the skills they need, and throughout the school day, staff support students to use these skills, in real life situations. Students EHCPs provide bespoke PSHE targets which are worked on throughout the day and are an integral part of our learning.
We value our pupils’ contributions to our curriculum planning and how safe they feel in school. We ensure we gain pupil voice through our annual sense of safety surveys and our Pupils for Positive Change group (School Council.)
Whole School Resources
At the Castle School, we have invested in physical and electronic resources and training, to ensure our pupils are safe and equipped with the skills and knowledge they need for life.
We have the following packages:
You, your body, growing up relationships and sex – for SEND
The New Guide to relationships and sex - Secondary
The Primary guide to Relationships and sex – Primary
To find out more about the PSHE Curriculum, please click the link below: