Well Being

‘Personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education is an important and necessary part of all pupils’ education. All schools should teach PSHE, drawing on good practice, and this expectation is outlined in the introduction to the proposed new national curriculum.’ DFE

The INTENT of learning Well Being at Clearwell

The intent of our Well Being curriculum is to deliver a curriculum which is accessible to all and that will maximise the outcomes for every child so that they know more, remember more and understand more. As a result of this they will become healthy, independent and responsible members of a society who understand how they are developing personally and socially, and give them confidence to tackle many of the moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up. We provide our children with opportunities for them to learn about rights and responsibilities and appreciate what it means to be a member of a diverse society. Our children are encouraged to develop their sense of self-worth by playing a positive role in contributing to school life and the wider community.

How Well Being is taught at Clearwell (Implementation)

  • All pupils have a weekly Well Being lesson  
  • Medium term planning is guided by Coram Life Education – SCARF
  • All year groups access at six  topics per year which focus on giving them the skills and knowledge to become responsible global citizens
  • All year groups have access to books to teach LGBT+ issues and equal opportunities at an age appropriate level.
  • Visitors such as emergency services, bike-ability and the school nurse complement our Well Being curriculum to offer additional learning.
  • Trips to Life Skills in Gloucester are organised to complement our current Well Being curriculum
  • Assemblies are planned to cover any additional sessions that would benefit the whole school.

The IMPACT of learning Well Being at Clearwell

  • We firmly believe that a meaningful Well Being curriculum is the key to children becoming confident, tolerant and well-rounded adults.
  • Children can approach a range of real life situations and apply their skills and attributes to help navigate themselves through modern life.
  •  From exposure to a range of global issues and problems, children can build up tolerance and a sense of responsibility of being a global citizen.
  • From engagement with a variety texts, children can understand the different lifestyles that people may live and be respectful and tolerant towards those leading different lives to themselves