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Excellence Respect Friendship

We had an amazing first week back! Well done everyone for being so ready to get back to your learning!

Personal, Social, Health Education and Citizenship

Personal, Social, Health Education and Citizenship


Our vision at Cawston Grange Primary School is that children’s wellbeing, happiness and safety are our first priorities and we hope that children will be able to take risks in their learning and in life as well as understanding how to prepare themselves for the diverse society we live in.


    PSHE is challenging, motivating, practical and interactive.  This subject encompasses the core values of our school (Excellence, Respect and Friendship) and is taught in a cross curricular way across a range of subjects including; PSHE, Computing, P.E., and Science. 

    In our diverse society, children need to be aware of fundamental British Values, develop an understanding of themselves along with others in their community and learn how they can work together in harmony whilst respecting others. 

    Additionally, children also need to know how to maintain healthy lifestyles and relationships with others. PSHE plays an integral role in children exploring these things and helps to prepare them for the community that they live in now and in the future.


Relationships and Sex Education Policy

PSHE Policy

Progression of Skills Document - PSHE

PSHE Learning at Cawston Grange Primary School:


Taking Care (Protective Behaviours)



All children have a unit of work called ‘Taking Care’ in Autumn Two. The Taking Care scheme aims to improve the safety and well-being of children in Warwickshire by teaching them to keep themselves safer in a variety of situations.

Protective Behaviours (PB’s) is a safety awareness and resilience building programme which helps children and adults to recognise any situation where they feel worried or unsafe, such as feeling stressed, bullied or threatened and explores practical ways to keep safe. Protective Behaviours also looks at identifying support networks for times when we need someone to listen and help. 

Protective Behaviours is based on two key messages:


We all have the right to feel safe all of the time

We can talk with Someone about Anything, even if it feels awful or small


Protective Behaviours is a practical down to earth approach to personal safety. It is a process that encourages self-empowerment and brings with it the skills to raise self-esteem and to help avoid being victimised. This is achieved by helping individuals to recognise and trust their intuitive feelings (Early Warning Signs) and to develop strategies for self-protection.


The Protective Behaviours process encourages an adventurous approach to life that satisfies the need for fun and excitement without violence and fear.


Further information and a national practice sharing forum can also be found at below by clicking on the Taking Care link.


Making a friendship soup in PSHE! What would you include?

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Year 6 held a remembrance service to remember the people from all over the world who fought for Britain and its territories during the World Wars. They made a class poppy wreath also.

Year 6 made positivity rocks! We used inspirational quotes and saying that mean something to us to help promote our wellbeing.

Fire Brigade Visit to school -November 2019

Year 3 PSHE 2019-2020

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Safer Internet Day - Learning how to have positive relationships online. 2019-2020

To support Mental Health Day, we wore Yellow and had a whole school assembly to raise awareness. 2019-2020

Year 3 and Year 4 were lucky enough to have some visitors in to teach them about working life and they got to get up close to an Aston Martin! 2019-2020