& Sex Education – Salisbury Manor Primary
Manor Primary, our Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) curriculum is
designed to teach children to become responsible, healthy,
respectful, contributing, aspirational moral members of British
society. Children’s personal and social development is interlinked in all areas
of school life.
curriculum intent sets out the school’s vision to develop the whole child and
their individual talents and teach them the skills they need to become active
and economically self-sufficient citizens.
curriculum teaches children essential skills for life such as cooperation,
teamwork, resilience as well as respect for others and the
an ‘education with character’ is at the foundation of all we do. Children are
encouraged to develop new talents and qualities unique to them and to express
themselves clearly and articulately. We believe that it is vital to facilitate
our children to develop the values and skills they will need to become
compassionate and driven leaders of the future. Our curriculum is designed to
give children knowledge and understanding of where they are from but also of
where they could go.
will teach children about equality, diversity and what healthy relationships
look like and what this means for our society. By teaching children, the
importance of British Values, we will be teaching them to become independent
and responsible members of our school, the local community and wider
Our Personal and Social development curriculum is
structured to include six overarching themes which run throughout
Being Me in My World
Includes understanding my place in the class, school
and global community as well as devising Learning Charters.
Includes anti-bullying (cyber and homophobic bullying
included) and diversity work.
Dreams and Goals
Includes goal-setting, aspirations for yourself and
the world and working together.
Includes drugs and alcohol education, self-esteem and
confidence as well as healthy lifestyle choices.
Includes understanding friendship, family and other
relationships, conflict resolution and communication skills.
Manor uses the Waltham Forest approved ‘1Decision’ to teach the statutory guidance for Relationships and Health Education
for primary schools and RSE and Health Education for secondary schools
(commonly jointly referred to as RSHE), which came into compulsory effect from
Sept 2020 after consultation with Stakeholders in 2020.
assemblies and daily morning meetings, children learn about the achievements
and life stories of inspirational people from Britain and the wider world,
giving them opportunities to see what is possible and to learn that with hard
work and determination, dreams can be achieved.
will have the ability to be reflective about their own beliefs (religious or
otherwise) and perspective on life. They have knowledge of, and respect for,
different people’s faiths, feelings and values. They have a sense of
enjoyment and fascination in learning about themselves, others and
the world around them.
use their imaginations and creativity in their learning and have a willingness
to reflect on their own experiences. Children participate in and respond
positively to artistic, musical, sporting and cultural
able to recognise the difference between right and wrong and are able
to apply this understanding in their own lives. They have respect for the law
of England, a strong understanding of right and wrong and can reflect on the
consequences of their behaviour and actions.
are confident working and socialising with other pupils, including
those from different religious, ethnic and socio-economic
backgrounds. They value what we have in common, as well as what makes us
different. They have a genuine willingness to participate in a variety of
community events through volunteering, cooperating well with others and being
able to resolve conflicts effectively.
have a good understanding of the fundamental British values of democracy, the
rule of law, individual liberty and mutual respect and tolerance of those with
different faiths and beliefs. All children are provided with the
opportunity to be leaders within their classroom, influencing change.
Children have an understanding and appreciation of the range of different
cultures in the school and further afield (local, national and global
communities) which is an essential element of their preparation for life in
Our PSHE curriculum
is also planned in a way which promotes the cultural capital of all our
children. We enhance our curriculum especially for the most disadvantaged by
organising guest speakers and visitors and by organising and
celebrating key occasions that promote children’s
emotional, social and metal wellbeing. We also provide additional
opportunities through our pupil charter listing all
of the key experiences our children will have participated within
before they leave Salisbury Manor Primary.