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PSHE and Relationships Education 
at Foxhill

When I Grow Up - sung by the whole School on RSE Day 2024

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Intent

At Foxhill Primary School, we strive to be good citizens of the future!

We want children to see that anything can be achieved in life if they are to put their mind to it and work hard. It is our aim for children to view people as role models and aspire for excellence in whatever path they choose to go down. Our intent is to give every child a broad and balanced PSHE and Relationships  curriculum that equips the children for the future years ahead. To achieve this, it involves exciting experiences and learning that is based on theories to support learning, self-esteem and well-being.

 

 

Implementation

At Foxhill, we adopted the SCARF scheme of work mid-way through the the academic year  and are rolling it out in full from February 2024. Through this, pupils become more expert as they progress through the curriculum, accumulating, connecting and making sense of the rich knowledge that is taught. This is supplemented by the use of the My Happy Mind PSHE programme.

 

Our Curriculum is built to look beyond the subjects covered by the National Curriculum to grow our children to develop personally so that they can develop skills to become compassionate citizens in their local and global communities and learners for the future.

 

SCARF – Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience, Friendship

SCARF's whole-school approach supports Foxhill in promoting positive behaviour, mental health, wellbeing, resilience and achievement – giving us everything we need to meet the Relationships Education and Health Education, and PSHE statutory requirements. More than just a PSHE scheme of work, SCARF supports great learning every day. SCARF’s values of Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience and Friendship are promoted within our school curriculum and are used to choose things such as Headteacher’s Award at the end of each week too in our achievement assemblies.

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