PSHE stands for Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education. It is an important and necessary part of a child’s education. The Department for Education recently developed a new curriculum which requires all primary schools (from September 2020) to teach Relationships and Health Education to their pupils.
At Herne Junior School, we use a scheme called ‘HeartSmart’ to deliver our lessons. Its aim is to build character, emotional heath and resilience in children, and its core principle is the importance of loving and accepting ourselves as well as loving and responding well to others. The scheme is split into 6 units which focus on different aspects of the curriculum:
Please use the link below to view our policy on Relationships and Sex Education