Personal Social Health Citizenship Education.

At Carfield, our PHSCE curriculum aims to promote children’s personal, social and economic development as well as their health and wellbeing.

PHSCE gives children the skills, knowledge and understanding they need to lead confident, healthy and independent lives. We aim to educate the children about the world they are living in so they can become active and responsible citizens in their community and develop good relationships and respect differences between people.

As our children’s happiness and wellbeing is at the centre of all learning at Carfield. PHSCE is a vital component towards prompting this, ensuring children engage successfully in the task of learning. Our curriculum focuses on health and wellbeing, relationships and living in the wider world.

PHSCE is delivered within a whole school approach that includes dedicated curriculum time; teaching PHSCE through other subjects including R.E and Topic; specialised assemblies or through recognised events such as Anti-Bullying week.

Each academic year, every class fairly elects two school council representatives. The school council make sure the children’s voices are heard in school and that everyone is including the decision-making process. The school council are a team of dedicated and passionate children, who as a result of their hard work, orchestrate positive changes within the school.