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Flash Ley Community Primary School

Believe to Achieve


PSHE/RSE (Personal, Social & Health Education/ Relationships & Sex Education)

Your PSHE/RSE co-ordinator is Miss Young


Flash Ley Community Primary School will, without justification or compromise, provide the best

start to life for all of the pupils in its care.


The staff and governors envisage this being carried out through:

  • Having the child at the heart of everything we do
  • Respecting the development and individuality of the whole child
  • Outstanding learning delivered through outstanding teaching
  • Continuously inspiring all aspects of school life to ensure best practice is always predominant
  • Engaging parents and valuing the contribution made to their child’s education
  • A commitment to the safeguarding and well-being of all children and stakeholders
  • Keeping at the front of, as well as leading, educational development and practice


Our Values

  • Respect
  • Equality
  • Determination
  • Honesty
  • Courage
  • Compassion



Our learning identifies the key concepts and skills that underpin PSHE/RSE and fulfils statutory responsibility to support pupils' personal, social, health, spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development and prepare them for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life.


PSHE/RSE prepares pupils for their futures and their present day-to-day lives. It is essential that pupils have the opportunity to recognise and reflect on how learning is relevant to them. PSHE/RSE has a rich body of knowledge taught through sessions. Learners need to 'know about...', 'know how to...' and 'be able to...' within the chosen theme/session, to progressively expand and enrich overarching concepts and skills. 


For a detailed Subject content please look under the Policies section on the school website.




Please also find below some tips on how to support your child's well-being at home:



This releases chemicals, in your body, like endorphins and serotonin that help to improve your mood. If you exercise regularly, it can reduce your stress and symptoms of mental health conditions like depression and anxiety.

  • Cosmic Kids Yoga A great website full of videos that make Yoga fun for everyone. You can also find these videos on YouTube.

  • Go Noodle Go Noodle gets children up and moving to fun, engaging content and games. It allows children to wake up their bodies as well as engaging their minds.

  • BBC Super Movers These are videos that will get your child up and moving, and they are linked to the curriculum. The can also be selected based on which key stage your child is in.


This can help children to regulate their emotions, thereby having fewer meltdowns, reduce their impulsivity and improve concentration and focus.

  • New Horizon: Kids Meditation Struggling to get the kids to sleep? Allow these relaxing Sleep Stories, Guided Meditations and purposely-designed Sleep Meditations to get your little ones off to a perfect nights rest (also a free app that can be downloaded).


Mindfulness colouring is a relaxing and calming activity which can also encourage children to explore their creativity while improving fine motor skills.


Self-esteem helps children cope with mistakes and build their resilience. It helps them try again, even if they fail at first. As a result, self-esteem will help them do better at school, at home, and with friends. Children with low self-esteem feel unsure of themselves, so improving self-esteem, improves confidence.


Important now more than ever but educating children on good hygiene is the best way to avoid the spread of infection and disorders; teaching the principles of correct hygiene at an early age can help keep individuals healthy in later life, and be taught to future generations.

  • Hygiene Activities Great list of fun, engaging and exciting hygiene themed activities to do with children, particularly for younger children.

  • Hygiene & Health Games This website will give you links to a variety of resources that link to hygiene and health. For example; personal hygiene, staying fit, nutrition, human body.

Nutrition and Diet

Eating a nutritious diet helps you keep a healthy body. It also helps reduce your risk of developing some chronic diseases. New research finds that your food choices may also affect your mood and mental health. This is sometimes called the “food-mood connection.”

  • Food Facts Lots of free resources that teach children where food comes from, hot to cooking and about healthy eating. There are also some lovely recipes on here if you are struggling for ideas with meals.


Self-care is about the things that we can do to look after our own mental health.

  • Self-care Tips A variety of activates that will help you and your child to manage your wellbeing.

  • Calm Zone Plenty of breathing exercise, activities, games and videos to help let go of stress.


Gardening is educational and develops new skills including: Responsibility – from caring for plants. Understanding – as they learn about cause and effect (for example, plants die without water, weeds compete with plants) Self-confidence – from achieving their goals and enjoying the food they have grown.

  • Garden Activities Fun activities for families to learn together, while encouraging love for nature.