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Our Approach

Inglehurst Junior School PSHE has a careful approach which holds children at its heart, and its organised vision helps children understand and value how they fit into and contribute to the world.

We recognise that PSHE is a fundamental part of children’s overall development enabling children to explore and learn about themselves and others, and the society we live in.  This in turn prepares children for life, helping them really know and value who they truly are and understand how they relate to other people in this ever-changing world.

Aims and Objectives

School Staff:

  • To become confident in understanding the PSHE curriculum, how it progresses across the years and how it links with other subject areas.

  • To be able to use the PSHE charter across all areas of school.

  • To promote a positive and engaging attitude towards the learning of PSHE through the delivery of half termly year group Jigsaw assemblies.

  • To develop an understanding of the RSHE curriculum and how it progresses across the years.



  • To be good global citizens with a good understanding of how their choices and actions can impact others with either positive or negative consequences.

  • To recognise when the choices and actions of others have an effect on themselves and others around them, and who to seek for advice and support.


What is PSHE like at Inglehurst?

At Inglehurst Junior School we use the Jigsaw which combines PSHE, emotional literacy, mindfulness, social skills and spiritual development.

PSHE is taught across each year group once a week, covering the same six themes at the same time at their appropriate levels.  These six themes include;

  • Autumn 1: Being me in my world

  • Autumn 2: Celebrating differences

  • Spring 1: Dreams & goals

  • Spring 2: Healthy me

  • Summer 1: Relationships

  • Summer 2: Changing me

Currently we offer: 

  • Jigsaw Programme

  • Inclusion team support through alternative provisions

  • Certificates at the end of each theme

  • Jigsaw Families Programme

For additional information please visit the Inclusion page.

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