what is pshe? 

At School of Christ the King we use the Ten Ten scheme, an enriching, innovative and inspiring Christian faith-based scheme of work providing thorough resources to teach PSHE from Reception to Year 6. 

As a subject, PSHE aims to provide children with the knowledge, skills and understanding to keep themselves happy, healthy and safe, to lead confident and independent lives, as well as to prepare them for future life and work. 

Navigating our complex world can be challenging, and parents and teachers play an essential role in preparing children for the future. As such, PSHE aims to equip pupils to:

A Department of Education (DfE) evidence review highlighted the subject’s importance to children and young people’s wellbeing and knock-on effects on academic achievement, stating that ‘The evidence shows that personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) education can improve the physical and psychosocial well-being of pupils. A virtuous cycle can be achieved, whereby pupils with better health and well-being can achieve better academically, which in turn leads to greater success’

how we teach pshe

At School of Christ the King we use 'Ten:Ten Resources to teach our PSHE to our children. 

For parents of children in Reception to Year 6, there is a parent portal that allows you to see all of the topics that will be taught to your child throughout their time here with us. 

To access the portal - click the logo to the right. 

Log in details for the portal are: 

Username:  school-ctk-bs4 

Password: canal-banks