We aim to provide/promote pupils understanding of life and give them a sense of self-worth; playing a positive role within school and the wider community enabling pupils to develop life-long skills.
Providing opportunities to learn about:
- rights and responsibilities
- personal development, resilience, self-esteem and making choices and to understand what influences their decisions
- identities and strength of character through the understanding of differences and change
- managing emotions and communicating constructively through a variety of mediums, allowing the pupil to develop an understanding and ability to work with others to form a positive relationship
- preparing each pupil for future life and equipping them with the necessary life-skills
- raising aspirations and self-belief
At St Stephen Churchtown Academy, we use the Scarf scheme of work which stands for:
Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience and Friendship.
SCARF is a whole-school approach to promoting behaviour, safety, achievement and wellbeing – crucial for children to achieve their best, academically and socially.
In school we aim to deliver an intensive curriculum following six units of study - each unit is revisited each year to enable progression in skills, knowledge and understanding.
- Me and My Relationship
- Valuing Difference
- Keeping Myself Safe
- Rights and Responsibilities
- Being My Best
- Growing and Changing
By applying SCARF across all year groups, this ensures progression in knowledge, attitudes and values and skills; including the key skills of social and emotional learning, known to improve outcomes for children.
Please see the document links at the end of this page to learn about the full PSHE Curriculum.
Useful Websites for Pupils and Parents/Carers
Please see the below documents for more information: