Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship and Economic (PSHCE)

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Statement of Curriculum Intent

At Wath Central, the intention is for all children to understand themselves, be proud of themselves and celebrate differences between themselves and others. PSHCE is the drive in achieving this and allows children to explore their feelings, thoughts and ideas in a safe and comfortable environment. We want children to develop a clear understanding of how views can differ and how ourselves and our beliefs are unique. We intend for all children to leave their primary education with the aim of making a positive contribution in today’s World.


To do this, Wath Central aim to:

1.     Encourage children to explore their feelings and views, understanding that there is no right or wrong but a need for justification.

2.     To provide a relevant, challenging and enjoyable curriculum for all pupils that is broad, balanced and relevant in today’s World. PSHCE is at the heart  of our curriculum and underpins the projects that we explore each year.

3.     Develop the ability to make reasoned and informed judgments about emotional, social and moral issues.

4.     Delivering a curriculum that is led by philosophical concepts. Encouraging children to understand concepts linked to feelings and beliefs and how they can be recognised in today’s world, the past and the future.

5.     Develop positive attitudes of respect towards other people who are different to themselves and have an empathy towards others.




PSHCE at Wath Central is provided in line with the legal requirements and is part of every project that is completed through school. We use a framework of lessons that coincide with what children are learning in other areas of the curriculum so children are able to make links between their own feelings and the rest of the World. Through teaching in this way, we encourage pupils to engage in reflecting on their own emotions and views and the emotions and views of others. It is our intent to encourage children to study their own values, whilst recognising that other people may think differently to themselves. Our drive of philosophical thinking, encourages children to think deeper than just a lesson and apply their feelings and thoughts into their everyday life and thinking.

Our whole curriculum is shaped by our school vision which aims to enable all children, regardless of background, ability, additional needsto flourish to become the very best version of themselves they can possibly be. We teach the National Curriculum, supported by a clear skills and knowledge progression. This ensures that skills and knowledge are built on year by year and sequenced appropriately to maximise learning for all children. Jigsaw PSHE directs our aim on developing the “whole child” through a spiral curriculum approach to developing knowledge, skills and understanding in the areas of:

  • Being Me in My World

  • Celebrating Difference

  • Dreams and Goals

  • Healthy Me

  • Relationships

  • Changing Me

Implementation - PSHCE at Wath Central

Implementation - Our Curriculum

RSE consultation documents



 RHSE - A Guide for Parents and Carers leaflet                                                Jigsaw information leaflet for parents and carers 2021

jigsaw lgbt parent and carers leaflet                                                          jigsaw 3-11 and statutory relationships and health education

PSHCE Highlights


Supporting Others

PSHCE encourages children to reflect on what they have and those who are less fortunate. As part of an ongoing project, Y6 collected and donated food to their local food bank, working alongside a local supermarket to help them!


Understanding Emotion

Y5 have been considering how we are judged and who can judge us. We discussed what we would like people to think about us and then considered how other people may want to be judged. We then asked our peers to annotate an image to see how we are actually viewed by our friends.



For part of National Mental Health Day, every child through school participated in a variety of mindfulness activities. 

These included yoga, looking at ways to remain calm when frustrated and celebrating our strengths and differences.