Diamond Hall Infant Academy strives to empower the children in our care in being independent in keeping themselves safe and speaking out with confidence for themselves and others when they know something is wrong.
We believe that all children should leave us with the knowledge and understanding of how to keep themselves and others safe; how to form and develop healthy relationships; how to make healthy life choices and how to make informed, independent decisions building solid foundations for a healthy and happy journey into adolescence and adulthood.
The curriculum we offer will support children in making healthy decisions in regards to their wellbeing and physical health.
In line with the recently published statutory guidance for PSHE children are taught about healthy relationships, online relationships, healthy living and mental health. In addition, children are taught a protective curriculum where they are given the skills and information needed to protect themselves and the environment in which they live.
The needs of our children as individuals are at the heart of our PSHE curriculum and we carefully consider the needs of the children within our school. Local health data is also consulted to make informed decisions about our priorities in PSHE teaching.
We hope the knowledge we share with children allows them to become individuals who are tolerant of others and their needs and preferences and respect these whilst understanding their own ideas and preferences should in turn be respected.