PSHE and Citizenship
PSHE and Citizenship are an integral part of the school day at Amwell View School. Social skills and respect for each other are encouraged and modelled throughout each day. Pupils have opportunities to help both peers and adults during lessons and with classroom jobs. Pupils learn to be as independent as possible. They learn about staying safe, healthy and clean, as well as eating and drinking healthily.
PSHE and Cititzenship joined with RE again this year for our Subject Focus Week. The focus was Chinese New Year. Pupils learned about the different animals represented in the Chinese Zodiac and discovered which animal was celebrated in the year they were born. During this focus week, the pupils took part in games relating to the animals. They learned how to work as a team and took part in activities that included sharing, working alongside and working with each other.
Following recent changes in government policy, our Sex and Relationships Education policy has been updated. It is now called Relationships and Sex Education policy. It has become a compulsory subject in all schools. At Amwell View, we will focus on relationships and keeping safe. In Upper School, the learning will also include puberty, changes that happen to the body and how to manage them.
Amwell View School and Specialist Sports College
Mrs J. S. Liversage B. ED., Dip., B. Phil. (MSI)