Please read the following to see how PSHE is embedded in our curriculum and school life.
The school delivers the RSHE programme through a resource called "Life to the Full" by a company called, Ten: Ten. This resource covers the whole scheme of work for RSHE and ensures sequence and progression throughout the school.
.The school uses SUMO4Schools as part of its innovative PSHE programme to equip children with the aspirational life skills necessary for achieving a successful future. Based on the bestselling book SUMO, Stop, Understand, Move on – the straight talking guide to enjoying a brilliant life by Paul McGee. The phrase Stop, Understand, Move On has been developed specifically for use in schools. It is a phrase that children at St Christopher’s use all the time.
Stop Understand, Move On and SUMO means
Move On means
There are six SUMO Principles
Catholic Social Teaching (CARITAS)
The school uses STOP (Start telling other people) to teach the children about bullying. The children are constantly reminded about this action every week in assembly.
(Be Safe; Don't Meet Up; Don't accept people into groups; Reliable information & Tell someone immediately). The children are reminded each week about internet safety and each half term there is a special assembly on the internet and another aspect of safeguarding.