12. Personal Health Social and Citizenship Education

PHSCE evolves from and forms part of our daily life at school.  Children are encouraged to be polite and thoughtful in their dealings with others.  They learn to take responsibility for their actions and to take part in decision making related to their classrooms and the whole school.  Children are also given responsibilities on a regular basis and act as monitors for a variety of tasks within and across classes.
The governors have decided that sex education should be offered at school.  This is delivered as part of our wider curriculum in Science and PHSCE.  A copy of our policy on Sex and Relationships can be obtained from the school office and programmes of study can be discussed with teachers.  Parents have the right to withdraw their child from Sex and Relationships lessons if they desire.