PSHE (Personal Social and Health Education) is a core area of the curriculum at Rosehill School as it is an important subject for all pupils. It allows them to acquire and develop necessary life skills at a level appropriate to their needs and learning style. For pupils in the Early Years, Key Stage 1 - 2, the emphasis is upon developing skills though a cross-curricular approach in all areas of school life. This approach is also used in Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4, but pupils here will have increased access to discrete timetabled PSHE lessons, including Sex and Relationships Education (SRE) and Citizenship and Drugs Education. PSHE encourages our pupils to develop individual independence skills at a level appropriate to their individual needs. This includes travel training and working with others. All pupils have individual targets related to Personal Development (their Journey) and KS1-2 pupils link this to OCR units that are worked on continuously and are reviewed annually. Please click on the link below to view our PSHE Personal Development Assessment resources and OCR Accreditation overview.
Sex and Relationship Education at Rosehill aims to do the following:
Parents are notified of the content of the SRE lessons and they are able to request to speak to the teacher or PSHE SRE Lead about the content and the resources that are going to be used. Parents have a right to withdraw their son or daughter from all or part of the PSHE Sex and Relationships Education programme, but not the National Curriculum science aspects of reproduction
For further information about The PSHE Curriculum at Rosehill School please contact our PSHE Leads
Cheryl Steele PSHE Manager, SRE Lead and Drugs Education Lead: C.firstname.lastname@example.org
Stacey Knowles Healthy Schools Lead and Primary Personal Development Lead: email@example.com
Natalie Edmeades Citizenship Lead: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is All Together and how do we take part?
An All Together School is one that has proven its activity to reduce bullying of all children. The All Together programme has been developed over the last three years and builds upon the work of the Anti-Bullying Alliance’s previous SEND anti-bullying champion programme which saw significant positive results. Participating schools are supported on and offline to make whole school change to its anti-bullying practices, using a social model approach.
The programme includes a special focus on reducing bullying of disabled children and those with SEN but aims to reduce bullying of all children and young people.
The programme is running from April 2017 to September 2018. It is funded by the Department for Education and delivered by the Anti-Bullying Alliance, with support from the Council for Disabled Children, Contact a Family and Achievement for All.
Rosehill have signed up to the All Together bulletin, a monthly bulletin which will update our pupils and staff about all things All Together, SEN/disability news and anti-bullying news.
access to the All Together Online Platform through which schools are supported to create an anti-bullying action plan that is tailored to their needs
targeted resources to help tackle bullying
access to the 'All Together Pupil Wellbeing Questionnaire' which will tell you about levels of wellbeing and bullying among your pupils and allow you to monitor progress over the course of the programme. The results will report on a variety of indicators including SEN/disability and free school meals
online CPD-certified training for all staff, including a module on cyberbullying.