As part of the requirement for schools to provide Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural development, they have to demonstrate how they promote British Values and prepare children and young people for life in modern Britain. Work on rights Rules and Responsibilities contributes to these agendas, alongside other themes within Citizenship and within the school’s ethos and approach to a range of areas of school life. This work links to national and global agendas, such and the United Nations Rights of the Child.
Provision for development of Primary work on Rights, Rules and Responsibilities
We offer and range of resources to support Rights and Responsibilities in Primary Schools:
The Cambridgeshire Primary Personal Development Programme will enable your school to develop and implement a complete PSHE and Citizenship programme from EYFS to Y6. It will support you in delivering Relationships Education and Health Education, which become statutory in September 2020. It provides all the resources for a high quality teaching programme, revisiting topics at 4 levels of learning for different age groups, through 66 interactive units of work. Teachers can also access guidance on a range of teaching methodologies and assessment materials. The programme includes toolkits with up to date materials for reviewing and developing policies, which will support the promotion of wellbeing across your school. PSHE leaders will be able to download all resources from our dedicated, regularly updated website. This resources is accredited by the PSHE Association.
CPD for Staff is available to meet your needs in building teacher confidence or support you with developing policy and practice.
Provision for development of Secondary work on Society and Democracy
We offer a range of resources to support this area in secondary schools:
All of our materials for PSHE and Citizenship are based on a series of Wellbeing Frameworks which provide a developmental overview of all areas of learning. These frameworks build on national guidance for PSHE, identifying key areas of learning across the school curriculum.
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