Ways to support at home
HOW CAN YOU SUPPORT YOUR CHILD’S LEARNING?
The personal and social development of our children is achieved through partnership between school and the family. To support your children, you could:
- Come to information events for parents about the school’s approach to PSHE related issues such as the curriculum, online safety or puberty.
- Make sure your child knows who their trusted adults are at home (who they can talk to if they are worried).
- Talk with your children about the issues explored in PSHE education and ask them about what they have learned at school.
From September 2020, Relationships, Sex (and Health Education) (RSHE) became statutory in all Primary Schools in England, following an extensive public consultation. During 2020, we reviewed and updated our curriculum and policy, in consultation with parents, pupils and staff, to ensure the statutory objectives are taught in a way that is appropriate to our school setting and community. If you have any questions about the PSHE curriculum or are worried about your child, please speak to their teacher, the PSHE leader (Mrs Fallon) or a senior member of staff.