Religious Studies and PSHE Studies Curriculum
Our Religious Studies Vision
Children at Park Hill are taught to enquire, discover and experience different beliefs and traditions celebrated by different faiths in the world around them. Through lessons, assemblies and trips/visitors Park Hill children develop a good knowledge of world views and beliefs. We aim to create confident learners with a secure understanding of different faiths who are resilient, respectful and tolerant when discussing faiths that are not the same as their own.
Our PSHE Vision
Personal, Social, Health Education is central to all aspects of pupil learning at Park Hill School, both in the classroom and beyond. It is taught both as timetabled lessons and woven through other school activities. The PSHE curriculum has been adapted to meet individual pupil needs in each year group and our whole school demographic. We embed the essential skills and attributes young people need to manage their lives, both now and in the future. This results in resilient children who, become resilient adults.
PSHE at Park Hill
At Park Hill we use 'Jigsaw' to support our PSHE teaching.
Who is 'Jigsaw' PSHE?
'Jigsaw PSHE is built and maintained by a passionate group of individuals, each bringing a wealth of experience from around the world.
With over 200 years of combined experience, everyone at Jigsaw loves the impact they are making and are passionate about using their skills to create a better outcome for children, young people and educators.
All members of the Jigsaw PSHE team provide an impactful contribution to those around them, collaborating to ensure Jigsaw goes above and beyond.'