Subject Intent

The intent of our PSHE curriculum is to deliver a curriculum which is accessible to all and ensures that every pupil will know more, remember more and understand more about being a positive and successful part of our diverse society, both as a child and as an adult. It aims to help them understand how they are developing physically, personally and socially, and tackles many of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up. The importance of health and wellbeing is emphasised in the PSHE curriculum in order to develop lifelong, healthy choices.  

Our children are encouraged to develop their sense of self-worth by playing a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community.  The curriculum combined with a wealth of wider opportunities, equips all our pupils with the knowledge and skills to maximise every positive opportunity they will encounter and also gives them the strategies to manage the challenging situations too.    

It is our aim that every child leaves Woodfield Primary with knowledge and skills, combined with confidence, a strong sense of self awareness and an acceptance of personal responsibility, all of which are needed in order to thrive in our dynamic and exciting world. 


Subject Progression

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Click to view PSHE Subject Progression EYFS to Year 6



PSHE Roadmap
Click to view how PSHE is delivered across school.



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Home Learning


All phases are learning from the Jigsaw unit ‘Celebrating Difference’ this half term
Phase What are children learning this half term? How can I support my child's learning at home?


Identifying talents 

Being special 


Where we live 

Making friends 

Standing up for yourself 




Draw a picture of yourself and then ask your family to write on it why they think you are special.  Think about why you think you are special and write it or draw a picture of it on your picture too.   Put it on your bedroom wall or somewhere where you will see it every day, so you can remember what makes you so special. 


Similarities and differences 

Understanding bullying and knowing how to deal with it 

Making new friends 

Celebrating the differences in everyone 



‘The Smeds and The Smoos’ story.  A story about how friendship and love can happen even when people seem very different from each other. 



Assumptions and stereotypes about gender 

Understanding bullying  

Standing up for self and others 

Making new friends 

Gender diversity 

Celebrating difference and remaining friends 


A short video about diversity through the eyes of children. 



Families and their differences 

Family conflict and how to manage it (child-centred) 

Witnessing bullying and how to solve it 

Recognising how words can be hurtful 

Giving and receiving compliments 


A video all about similarities and differences, and the different ways that people can be discriminated against. 



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