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East Bergholt CEVC Primary School

'I have come that they might have life, and have it to the full' John 10:10

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  • To enable all pupils to become healthy, independent and responsible members of society
  • To help pupils understand how they are developing personally and socially
  • To tackle many of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up
  • To provide pupils with opportunities to learn about rights and responsibilities and appreciate what it means to be a member of a diverse society
  • To develop pupils sense of self-worth by playing a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community



From September 2020, PSHE is a statutory subject in the National Curriculum. At East Bergholt, although it is identified as a 'non-statutory' subject it has always been taught and is a highly valued subject within our curriculum. To ensure we are meeting the new teaching requirements of this subject, whilst following the Government guidance we have re-written our whole PSHE curriculum, which is split into four main themes:


-Myself and My Relationships


-Economic Wellbeing

-Healthy and Safer Lifestyles


Within these themes are different units of work which will be taught on a two year rolling programme. 


Relationships and Sex Education

In school we aim to help children to learn to respect themselves and others and move safely from childhood, through adolescence, into adulthood. As part of this work, we deliver an ongoing programme of Relationships and Sex Education (RSE). We believe that by working in partnership with parents we can encourage children and young people to make healthy choices as they grow and change.


RSE has an important part to play in learning about emotional, social and physical aspects of growing up.  It enables young people to develop the essential life skills for building and maintaining positive, enjoyable, respectful and non-exploitative relationships. It also supports learning about identity and the importance of staying safe, both physically and emotionally, including on and off line.  


Our programme of learning begins as soon as children arrive in school and continues until the end of primary school. 



Children meet the objectives set out within the curriculum and can utilise their learning within their daily lives, from dealing with friendship issues, to resilience to making healthy choices and knowing where and how to get help when needed.