Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE) and Citizenship are integral parts of our school curriculum. We believe that the personal, social and health development of each child has a significant role in their ability to learn. We value the importance of PSHE in preparing children for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of their next stage of schooling and life.
In addition to this, each year group covers an age appropriate RSE (Relationship and Sex Education) unit.
Our PATHS (promoting alternative thinking strategies) programme, delivered alongside input from Barnardos, provides our children with the opportunity to think and learn about responsibility, choices and alternative thinking strategies for real life problem solving.
At Lowther we love PSHE and PATHS. We have lots of interesting PSHE and PATHS activities available to keep us engaged and learning. Here's a snapshot of some of our PSHE and PATHS activities and events.