Physical, Social, Health and Economics Education (PSHE)
PSHE (Personal, Social and Health Education) and SEAL (Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning) are taught through lessons, assemblies and through other subjects, as well as through educational visits and visits from external agencies.
Scheme of Work Our school uses the Jigsaw scheme of work to deliver lessons each week. The scheme is underpinned by mindfulness, which aims to encourage children to be aware of their thoughts, feelings and actions. Every lesson follows the Jigsaw Charter.
The Jigsaw Charter • We all take turns to speak. • We use kind and positive words. • We listen to each other. • We have the right to pass. • We only use names to give compliments or when being positive. • We respect each other’s privacy (confidentiality).
Whole School Approach Each half term children cover the same theme in every year group, building on their knowledge each year. These themes are also celebrated in assemblies and weekly celebrations. Our themes are; 1. Being Me in My World 2. Celebrating Difference 3. Dreams and Goals 4. Healthy Me 5. Relationships 6. Changing Me
Differentiation At St James, PSHE aims to support all of our children throughout their school journey so that they can fulfill their full potential. Our scheme of work meets the needs of all children through creative activities that allow everyone to achieve.