Personal, Social , Health Education (PSHE) is all about social development and learning to be a responsible member of the community.

It touches on everything from understanding how other people might think and feel to knowing the importance of healthy eating, money management and eSafety.

Here at Great Wilbraham we want our pupils to develop the skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepare for life and work in modern Britain.

 The relationship between our PSHE education provision and our school ethos is hugely important.

From Fieldmice through to Badger class they learn valuable skills that help them establish strong roots, values and friendships. This is taught in both PSHE lessons and indirectly through all aspects of the curriculum.

Some of the themes we cover include:

Myself and my relationships

  • My Family and Friends

  • My emotions and managing emotions

  • Valuing our differences

  • Anti Bullying

  • Making Healthy Choices

  • Becoming responsible citizens.

    These are taught through circle time, social stories and class discussions.

    We also have a School Parliament where elected class members can have a say in making decisions about school life. There is also a chance for children to attend a happy/sad club where they have the freedom to express their feelings and concerns in a safe and friendly environment.