Cambridgeshire PSHE service provide guidance, consultancy, training and resources to support and enhance the health and wellbeing of children and young people and their learning in the East of England and beyond.
This includes the curriculum for PSHE and Citizenship: its content, approaches to teaching and learning, monitoring and assessment. They also support school leaders and staff to develop a whole school approach to promoting wellbeing, which includes the school’s ethos and values, policy development, staff training, pupil voice and home-school partnership work.
What they offer:
- They offer a series of courses on topics across the PSHE curriculum. All courses may be adapted for delivery in house. They welcome attendees from the full range of school types and locations.
- They offer whole school review and needs analysis to enable meaningful action planning.
- Their flagship resource for Primary is the Personal Development Planner. This comprehensive resource offers over 60 units of work across the primary age range, providing a progressive, spiral curriculum. This is supported by policy toolkits and resources for assessment and family engagement. Their secondary resources are based on a spiral curricululm framework for KS3 and KS4. They offer review tools, policy toolkits and pupil voice activities.
We are proud to be longstanding partners of the Sex Education Forum, as we share the same aims and approaches. We believe that well-being should be at the heart of young people's school experience and that relationships and understanding of sexuality are essential components of any person's sense of wellbeing.