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At Royton Hall, PSHE is at the core of what we do. It provides our children with the opportunity to grow into knowledgeable, confident, resilient and thoughtful individuals who have respect for both themselves and others. It sets the foundation for them to move on to secondary education and into their adult lives with the skills and knowledge required to thrive. We want to develop the “whole child” intellectually, morally, socially and spiritually. Through our whole-school approach to PSHE, it is our belief that excellence in these areas will lead to excellence across the curriculum and beyond in later life. With an ever-changing society, we are able to provide our children with a strong understanding of the diverse world around them and support them in playing a positive role in contributing to the school and the wider community. Weaving through the heart of our PSHE teaching, is a commitment to enhancing and promoting our visions and values:
In Foundation Stage we want our children to develop personally, socially and emotionally with a focus on wellbeing. The children will leave Foundation Stage knowing who they are, where they fit in and feeling good about themselves. Through their PSHE lessons, children will begin their journey showing respect for others, social competence and a positive disposition to learn.
PSHE is taught across the school from FS1- Year 6. We follow the PSHE Association programme of study. Each class has a weekly PSHE session to explore these themes, using circle time, discussion and other activities.
Royton Hall is also proud to be a Forest School offering sessions in the school grounds. During these lessons the children not only learn about nature but they build relationships, increase their resilience and learn to appreciate the world in which they live. They consider how to keep themselves and others safe at all times whilst learning valuable life skills, which they would not ordinarily gain within a classroom environment.