Teach Our Pupils to Lead Happy, Healthy Lives
A Key Aim in Our Curriculum is to Teach Our Pupils how to Lead Happy, Healthy, Constructive Lives, in which they can Aspire and Experience Success
Wellbeing, in terms of both physical and mental health, is essential for effective engagement with school and wider life. Our pupils need to feel secure in themselves and their environment and relaxed but alert to learn. They need to believe in themselves as successful people and aim high in order to make great progress. We create a nurturing, happy, organised environment in which our pupils can thrive. We teach them about wellbeing and how they can be happy, healthy people.
How We Achieve This:
We teach Personal, Social, Emotional and Health Education (PSHE), through Islington's You, Me, PSHE scheme. We have also developed distinct approaches in the following key areas:
PSHE also has strong cross-over with the work we do on Teaching Pupils to Live Well in Society. Our work in these areas has grown and developed rapidly over the last few years. We are currently working with Islington to rationalise our approach to PSHE and create as much space as possible in our curriculum for these key areas of work.