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The PSHE Curriculum at St Augustine's

At St Augustine’s Catholic Primary School, the physical and emotional well-being of our children is a priority. We place a great deal of importance on PSHE and Citizenship as a Catholic school and it is embedded in our ethos as defined in the Mission Statement of our school:

Follow in Jesus’ footsteps and listen to His call. Remember he was sent to guide us and the first step must start with us all.

We nurture and educate our pupils in order to help them develop the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to live happy, healthy and successful lives, now and in the future. Central to our PSHE and Citizenship teaching and learning is the promotion and nurturing of our pupils spiritual, moral, social and cultural development.

We encourage all of our pupils to play a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community through class responsibilities, School Council, fundraising activities through the Covenant with the Poor and involvement with the local community.

PSHE is interwoven into all aspects of school life and our pupils are given opportunities to develop confidence, self-motivation and an understanding of their rights and responsibilities within our diverse society.

We teach PSHE in a variety of ways across the curriculum and as a discrete subject.  Educational visits and visitors to the school enhance the children's understanding and contribute to our overall aim of developing happy and responsible citizens of the future. 

Please also use the links below to access our website pages related to:

Internet Safety

Children's Mental Health

Mental Health Awareness Week

Children's Wellbeing

PSHE Policy and Whole School Overview

PSHE Curriculum intent at St Augustine's

What PSHE learning looks like at St Augustine's

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