At Tudor School we are committed to support our pupils’ in becoming happy, successful and productive members of society. We want our pupils’ to believe that they can achieve goals, both academic and personal.
We see Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) as being at the centre of the teaching and learning of our children as it has a positive influence on the ethos, learning and relationships in the school. The PSHE curriculum we teach promotes British values and the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at our school.
Tudor’s PSHE curriculum, alongside our values based education, passes on enduring values and supports our pupils’ in developing personal attributes such as; kindness, integrity, generosity, and honesty. It helps them to be responsible, caring citizens capable of contributing to the development of a just society. It enables children to challenge discrimination and stereotyping, explore and understand their relationship with themselves, with others and with the world we live in.
From September 2020 this part of the curriculum will be combined with Relationships, Health and Sex Education curriculum. Relationships, Health and Sex Education is about the emotional, social and cultural development of pupils, and involves learning about relationships, staying safe, respect, healthy lifestyles, diversity and personal identity.
We have written the first draft of Tudor School's 'Relationship and Sex Education' policy. This provisional policy includes the outcomes for the ‘Relationships Education’ curriculum for all children in Reception Class to Year 6. It is important that this policy is written in consultation with parents and carers of pupils' at Tudor School. Therefore, please read the policy which is attached below. If you have any comments or questions about the policy and/or the curriculum content please contact Miss Reading or Mr Weightman via email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday 15th June. We will then consider your comments and suggestions before finalising the policy.
Miss Reading - Inclusion Coordinator and PSHE Subject Lead