Stand tall and proud, go out on a limb, remember your roots, drink plenty of water, be content with your natural beauty, and enjoy the view

Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education (PSHE) is a subject that aims to support the development of young people’s knowledge, skills, and attitudes related to their personal, social, health, and economic well-being.

PSHE covers a range of topics, such as mental health and wellbeing, sexual health and relationships, financial management, and career planning. Pupils also learn about citizenship and social responsibility, including issues such as human rights, environmental sustainability, and community involvement.

PSHE is taught through a combination of classroom-based lessons, discussions, and practical activities, such as role-playing, case studies, and group projects. It aims to provide young people with the knowledge, skills, and confidence to make informed choices and manage their lives in a positive and responsible way.