What makes a good PSHE student at Blueberry Park?
A passion for dialogue and an openness to listen to new ideas, concepts and to each other. A willingness to share thoughts and to learn from others, with an ability to emphasise. An openness and honesty within themselves and with others. An ability to consider society and what’s best for the whole, rather than the self. A creative and critical thinker who has an understanding of what it means to be good citizens of the world. They will be able to build upon their resilience, self confidence and self esteem.
As of September 2020, PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) has become statutory in all schools. This will include Health education (covering both physical and mental health) and Relationships and Sex education (RSE). Through the study of PSHE, pupils will celebrate and welcome differences within our school community and beyond.
PSHE is taught in a way through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to manage their lives, now and in the future. Pupils have the opportunity to shape the learning journey as they are encouraged to raise questions and make decisions. These skills and attributes help pupils to stay healthy, safe and prepare them for life and their future.
Progression of skills
End of year expectations
Links to PSHE resources, games and activities
In December 2020, we won the Liverpool Health and Wellbeing Silver Award. We had a small focus group target with staff and a whole school target linked to improving health and wellbeing in their school.