Our Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) programme supports the emotional well-being, identity and social development of our children.  This includes our bespoke approaches and the role of pupil voice.  As a school, our practice is very strong across the school. It is an essential 'golden thread' that links children, families and the community.  Provision makes a significant impact on the social, moral, spiritual and cultural development for children progressively and over time.  

As a school we follow the Islington You, Me, PSHE scheme of work.  This has been recommended by the Local Authority and Health Schools Team.  This scheme of work is further enhanced through our bespoke focus on Mindmate, anti-bullying and ongoing safeguarding provision.  As a school our commitment to strong mental health and well-being is embedded.  This includes dedicated learning mentor support for children as well as a mental health first-aider for staff, thereby securing our commitment to the whole school community.  

An overview of our scheme of work can be found by clicking here.  

A copy of our recent PSHE market event and Relationship Education and Sex Education briefing shared with Parents and Carers in November 2019 can be accessed through the Parent and Carer tab via the Home Page.