"Never stop learning because life never stops teaching!"
Read on to find out all about PSHE at Clockhouse!
Who leads PSHE at Clockhouse?
I am Mrs Reinecke and I lead Personal, Social, Health and Economics Education at Clockhouse Primary School. I love this aspect of the curriculum and is really helps our children develop in to good citizens and helps to equip them for life in modern Britain.
What is PSHE all about at Clockhouse?
At Clockhouse Primary School, we aim to deliver a PSHE (including RSE) curriculum through engaging, quality learning experiences, tailoring the curriculum so that it reflects our school Values and context as well as accommodating the varied needs of all our pupils. By equipping them with the skills, knowledge and understanding of assessing risk, our pupils will be prepared to make informed and measured decisions, form positive relationships, grow a healthy self-image and become well-rounded adults and citizens in the future. The Clockhouse Character Curriculum is woven into sessions.
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Look out for our ‘Best of British Week’ during the Autumn Term where we celebrate British Values, the achievements of significant figures in British History and grow Cultural Capital through memorable experiences for all our children.
In the Spring Term, Clockhouse celebrates ‘Aspirations Week’. Children and the school community join together to learn about having aspirational goals for the future, share their knowledge and skills to inspire and celebrate diversity.
OPAL (Outdoor Play and Learning) is a big part of the PSHE learning context. We believe excellent play provision is at the heart of pupil well-being and at Clockhouse, we aim to offer our children the best variety play opportunities possible.
OCA which is Our Parent Association, is thriving and active at Clockhouse and an important part in keeping alive our community links and support of PSHE within the school.
Click on the link below to see PSHE at Clockhouse in action: