At Manor Primary PHSCE is a valuable vehicle by which the well-being and development of the whole child can be achieved. The PHSCE curriculum aims to provide children with a variety of age-appropriate learning experiences that will equip them with the appropriate knowledge and necessary skills needed to face an uncertain future with a certainty about who they are. It aims to give a child confidence, build up their self-esteem and encourage a sense of self-worth.
PHSCE equips children and young people with the knowledge and skills to deal with a range issues they face as they grow up. It covers a wide spectrum including: drugs and alcohol education, emotional health and well-being, SRE, nutrition and physical activity, personal finance, safety, careers education and work-related learning. PHSCE plays an important role in the school’s contribution to the five outcomes of Every Child Matters (ECM), and to their statutory responsibilities to:
It is also a vehicle children learn about fundamental British Values:
It covers themes such as: