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PSHE @ Denbigh CPS 

Subejct Lead: Mrs Newby

At Denbigh the aim of PSHE education is to equip all pupils with the knowledge, understanding, skills and strategies required to live healthy, safe, productive, capable, responsible and balanced lives. We encourage pupils to be enterprising and support them in making effective transitions, positive learning and career choices and in achieving economic wellbeing. A critical component of PSHE education is providing opportunities for children and young people to reflect on and clarify their own values and attitudes and explore the complex and sometimes conflicting range of values and attitudes they encounter now and in the future. PSHE education contributes to personal development by helping pupils to build their confidence, resilience and self-esteem, and to identify and manage risk, make informed choices and understand what influences their decisions. It enables pupils to recognise, accept and shape their identities, to understand and accommodate difference and change, to manage emotions and to communicate constructively in a variety of settings. Developing an understanding of themselves, empathy and the ability to work with others will help pupils to form and maintain good relationships, develop the essential skills for future employability and better enjoy and manage their lives.

 

Our well-balanced curriculum promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils and prepares them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life.PSHE is taught alongside other subjects, including PE, STEM, RE, Topic work, Literacy and Mathematics, as well as an isolated subject. It is taught through lessons, assemblies, outside visitors as well as integrated into daily routines and expectations of the school

 

In the Early Years Foundation Stage PSHE is considered a prime area of learning and is known as Personal, Social and Emotional Development. This is taught to the children through both child initiated activities and adult-led teaching sessions, such as through class discussions, carpet time, small group work, circle time and games. The children are assessed in this area of learning against development matters statements.

 

In Key Stage 1 and 2 PSHE is taught through drug education, financial education, relationship and sex education (RSE) and the importance of physical activity and diet for a healthy lifestyle. The school teaches PSHE alongside other statutory subjects forming integrated teaching. The school also facilitates PSHE themed assemblies as well as regularly fundraising on behalf of charity events and social and economic issues. PSHE is also enhanced through behaviour and rules, nurture groups, school council and the wider school ethos.School council will also play a big part in integrating PSHE into school life.

1 week ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

Today Year 1 Pandas practised their chopping skills. We learnt three different ways to cut using knives. Method 1 was ‘The Bridge’ where the children make an arch over round shapes to cut them into halves or quarters. Method 2 was ‘The Claw’ where the children keep the food still using the tips of their fingers and cut into chunks. Method 3 was ‘Fork Secure’ where the children hold the food in place using a fork and then cut using the knives.
I was so impressed with how sensible and safe the children were when using knives. They listened at all times to keep themselves and their friends safe. Well done pandas!
#dcpspanda #dcpsstem #dcpsPSHE
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2 weeks ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

Top Tips to turn our negative mood into a positive mood from the Year 1 Polar Bears. Well done! #nationalmentalhealthweek #dcpspolarbear #dcpsPSHE ... See MoreSee Less

 

Comment on Facebook

Lovely ideas- we should all remember these.

2 weeks ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

As it’s National Mental Health Week, Year 1 Pandas have come up with five top tips to help change a negative mood into a positive mood. Well done Pandas. #dcpspandas #dcpsPSHE ... See MoreSee Less

As it’s National Mental Health Week, Year 1 Pandas have come up with five top tips to help change a negative mood into a positive mood. Well done Pandas. #dcpspandas #dcpsPSHEImage attachmentImage attachment

2 weeks ago

Denbigh Community Primary School

It’s National Mental Health week this week. Year 4 spent time discussing what mental health is and how it is just as important to look after our minds as it is our bodies. They produced some great, thought provoking posters. Well done Year 4. #dcpsgiraffes #dcpselephants #dcpsPSHE ... See MoreSee Less

 

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I think it's good they are. Everyone has mental health, just some are better than others. It's good they will grow up learning its nothing to be ashamed of and not to be discriminated against. These young people are gonna learn to breakdown the stigma that is attatched to it. All good

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