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PSHE  a is an important and necessary part of children’s education. Our PSHE provision is designed to equip children with a sound understanding of risk and with the knowledge and skills to make safe and informed decisions. Our PSHE curriculum builds on the statutory elements of the National Curriculum: Sex education, drugs and alcohol, financial education and the importance of physical activity and diet for a healthy lifestyle. We intend for our children to be taught in a safe atmosphere where they can express their feelings and explore sensitive issues. Children will develop the skills to empathise with others and develop their own identity, values and beliefs.



PSHE is taught through the 1Decision scheme of work. This embraces emotional literacy, social skills and spiritual development. Children have one lesson per week through varied teaching strategies and differentiated approaches to suit all children. This is a whole school approach with all year groups working on the same theme  at the same time. 

Statutory Sex Education 

The 1Decision scheme of learning  provides a comprehensive PSHE Programme which covers all the requirements of the government guidance and outcomes, and more. 




By the time children leave Gwyn Jones, we want them feeling confident, valued, unique and respected. 

At Gwyn Jones, children experience challenging situations in a safe environment and we aims for pupils to be equipped  with skills needed to manage different influences and pressures, as a part of their personal development. 


Wellbeing and Mental Health

At Gwyn Jones we promote mental health and wellbeing throughout our curriculum. 


Below is the policy for PSHE/RSE.

Curriculum Documents

Please click on the links below for more information on our PSHE/RSE curriculum.

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