PSHE

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PSHE

Introduction

PSHE education is a school curriculum subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy, safe and prepared for life and work.

The video is from the PSHE Association.

PSHE

S.O.W Introduction

February 2021

Content provided by our strategic partner ROSIS. This looks at a scheme of work for PSHE.

PSHE - Racial Equality

PSHE

Introduction

February 2021

Content provided by Forge CPD. This CPD examines the importance of teaching racial equality in education.

PSHE

Curriculum Diversity

February 2021

Content provided by Chiltern Teaching School. This CPD examines the importance a diverse English curriculum.

PSHE

February 2021

Content provided by Chiltern Teaching School. This CPD examines humanities and Black Lives Matter.

Humanities & BLM

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Relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education

Statutory guidance on relationships education, relationships and sex education (RSE) and health education.
 

Last updated 13 September 2021

Recommended reading

This comprehensive list of story books which will support teachers to explore different aspects of PHSE.  Stories can help children understand and empathise with others, encouraging them to think and talk about how they might feel and what they might do in a particular situation.

A kind of Spark
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Addy is horrified to learn that her town used to hold witch trials and wants to have them properly remembered. Addie has autism. Gorgeous books but hard-hitting

 Elle McNicholl
Wilde
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Is Wilde a witch or not? Being different can be dangerous. When someone leaves curses behind, Wilde is accused.

 Elle McNicholl
Me, my Dad and the end of the Rainbow
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Archie’s Mum and Dad split up because his Dad has come out as gay. Ends at Gay Pride. Full of emotions and uplifting at the end.  

 Benjamin Dean
The Star Outside
my Window
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Onjali Rauf

Though the girl doesn’t realise until the end, her Dad has killed her Mum just before the start of the book. A star is born and on the news and she thinks that new star is her Mum. Heartbreakingly wonderful. 

Snow Foal
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Archie’s Mum and Dad split up because his Dad has come out as gay. Ends at Gay Pride. Full of emotions and uplifting at the end.  

Susanna Bailey
Black and British
A forgotten Story
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An era per chapter. Who were the well-dressed black children in Georgian paintings? Who was the African Roman Emperor? 

 David Olusaga
Content provided by RoSIS PHSE Subject Lead, Download the complete list of recommended titles 

Sheffield Institute for Education

How the education system and labour market are failing young Muslims - Professor Jacqueline Stevenson - CLICK HERE

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Linked Research