Cowes Primary School PSHE/RSHE Consultation
At Cowes Primary School, we firmly believe in the education of the whole child. Personal, Social, Health and Economic (PSHE) is a vital part of that, giving pupils the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep them healthy and safe, and manage their lives now and in the future.                                                                
Relationships, Sex and Health Education (RSHE) are now statutory subjects in the Primary Curriculum, and are taught at Cowes Primary within the wider PSHE curriculum, ensuring age appropriate Sex Education.
As a school, we have invested in a comprehensive scheme of work from Coram Life Education. The scheme, called SCARF (which represents values for children of Safety, Caring, Achievement, Resilience and Friendship), provides a whole-school approach to building these essential foundations – crucial for children to achieve their best, academically and socially. SCARF is a whole-school approach to promoting behaviour, safety, achievement and wellbeing.
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I think that PSHE/RSHE is an important part of the school curriculum
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PSHE/RSHE topics taught in school can make a real difference to young people's lives.
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I understand and agree with the content of the PSHE /RSHE policy.
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I am aware of the topics that will be covered by PSHE/RSHE sessions at Cowes Primary School.
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Are there any changes or additions that you think should be made to the PSHE/RSHE policy or curriculum?
Is there anything in particular that we are not covering that you believe we need to address?
As a member of the school community, do you feel that there is any more information or guidance on specific topics that you would like? If so, how do you feel that this would be best communicated?
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