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PSHE is embedded in all that we do to enable our children to become independent, responsible, healthy and confident members of society. Our PSHE curriculum has been built with the aim to support the development of the ‘whole child’, by helping them to understand how they are developing personally and socially as well as promoting their social, mental and physical development.  Children will be able to develop the ability to tackle the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up.

Through our discreet lessons as well as wider cross curricular approach to teaching PSHE, children are taught how to keep themselves safe, physically and emotionally resulting in the acquisition of knowledge and skills, which enables children to access the wider curriculum.

The curriculum champion for PSHE is Mrs Jane Williams.  To find out more about how Rowledge delivers this subject please contact her using the following email address: j.williams@rowledge.hants.sch.uk



Our overview for the planning and delivery of Science at Rowledge is led by the statutory, National Curriculum guidance and the relevant programmes of study for each year group.


We have aligned a progression of skills and knowledge with the programmes of study for each year group. 

The documents below outline this progression and is used when assessing the ongoing progress of pupils.


We regularly conference pupils to gain an awareness of their attitudes to a range of curriculum subjects.  Below is a sample of thoughts from a range of pupils about how they feel about the PSHE curriculum at Rowledge.


"I have really kind friends.  We read some stories about some people that struggle to be kind and I always know what advice I would give them!"


"I like that you can talk to any adult about issues that you have with friendships.

I enjoy PSHE in class because you get to work in groups and teams and listen carefully to each other."


"We learn about how our bodies change, which was a bit funny but really useful to know what to expect when we become teenagers.

We use thought books to help us to explore how we are feeling.  We can show these to our teachers to help us."

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