While it is acknowledged that a child’s development and growth takes place within the context of their families and communities, our school has a responsibility to promote children’s personal development, behaviour and well-being. PSHE, including sex and relationship education, is part of a life-long learning process which enables the development of positive attitudes towards self and others.
It is our intention that pupils at Studley Green School will learn to live healthy, safe and independent lives. That they will respect the differences in people and form healthy, positive relationships with others. We will prepare them to play an active and informed role as responsible citizens. To enable them to make informed and positive choices and to be confident and aspirational about their futures. It is our intention that they are prepared to deal with the physical and emotional changes which occur in adolescence and recognise when they need help and to be able to ask for support if necessary.
The curriculum structure is taken from the Wiltshire PSHEe curriculum Learn 4 Life and follows themes identified in the ‘Wiltshire Children’s Charter for the Teaching of PSHE’. This scheme of work is supplemented by additional resources and materials from Corum Life SCARF. The progression of themes has been developed to provide a broad, up to date curriculum which never the less allows for adequate depth to meet the needs of our pupils.
Please read the Sex and relationship education policy in conjunction with the PSHE
World Street Food Market
As part of a whole School focus on money and enterprise, Studley Green Primary School held its first World Street Food Market. Every class chose a country to represent with some kind of street food. The event was a real celebration of all the hard work the classes had put into making their businesses a success. It was a wonderful opportunity for all age groups to learn about how money works in our everyday lives, to learn about the role of banks and how we to take care of and budget our own money.
Nearly all of the businesses had got their maths right and made a healthy profit on their sales. All of the financial loans were paid back to the Bank of Studley Green School and the classes can now decide whether to use their profits to buy something for their class or to give it to charity.
If you supported this event, thank you for attending and being excellent customers! We hope you enjoyed the wide range of wonderful flavours and textures of the food the children were selling.