PSHE at St Peter's

At St Peter’s, we understand the importance of Personal, Social, Health and Economic education (PSHE) in enabling children to become healthy, independent and responsible members of society, based on British values and Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural learning.  


The aims of PSHE are to enable children to:


We follow the Jigsaw primary scheme of work, designed in-line with the National Curriculum objectives, which provides a whole school approach to teaching PSHE. 

At St Peter's, we also employ Little Creatives facilitators who deliver their unique Emotional Health program ROAR which provides our pupils with a safe, supportive space to explore areas of the PSHE curriculum.

Our provision includes: 






We recognise that the PSHE curriculum cannot be implemented effectively without the support of parents/carers therefore parents/carers are informed about any upcoming teaching on aspects of PSHE, such as the teaching programme for Sex and Relationship education.

If you have any questions about our PSHE curriculum at St Peter's, please get in touch via - with the subject 'PHSE Questions'.