PSHCE is a complex but important curriculum area that the school covers informally and formally each week.

In the lower part of the school this takes place in a more teacher led setting, where role play is encouraged so that the children can improve their social skills and focus on relationship building between themselves, their peers and the wider school community.

In the senior years the sessions become more child led as they begin to take responsibility for their actions and learning. They contribute through discussion and circle time, which acts as a forum for ideas and strategies. The girls are encouraged to take an active part in the lessons and enjoy the interaction. In this way they become familiar with situations and expectations of life and share the opportunity to discuss their feelings and experiences in a safe and comfortable environment. Throughout the school the ‘Social, Emotional Aspects of Learning’ (SEAL) underpin our curriculum.

“Lunch is a pleasant, unrushed occasion with plenty of nutritious food available.”

ISI Report 2011

“Pupils extra-curricular achievement is excellent. [The clubs] provide extensive opportunities for pupils to find and develop their aptitudes and interests.”

ISI Report 2017

‘All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances; and one man in his time plays many parts …’

William Shakespeare

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