Dunchurch Boughton CofE Junior Academy

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Personal, Social, Health Education and Citizenship


Here, at Dunchurch Boughton Cof E Junior School, we value PSHE as a key way to support children’s development as human beings, to enable them to understand and respect who they are, to empower them with a voice and to equip them for life and learning. 


At Dunchurch Junior school, we teach Personal, Social, Health Education as a whole-school approach. We include the statutory Relationships and Health Education within our whole-school PSHE Programme. 


To ensure progression and a spiral curriculum, we use Jigsaw, the mindful approach to PSHE, as our chosen teaching and learning programme and tailor it to children’s needs. We allocate 60 minutes to PSHE each week in order to teach the PSHE knowledge and skills in a developmental and age-appropriate way. These explicit lessons are reinforced and enhanced in many ways:  

Assemblies and collective worship, praise and reward system, Learning Charter, through relationships child to child, adult to child and adult to adult across the school.


The Jigsaw scheme and teaching, fits well with our school vision and school values: kindness, peace, patience, thankfulness, forgiveness, generosity and honesty.


We aim to ‘live’ what is learnt and apply it to everyday situations in the school community. 


Please click on the topic to see the Knowledge Organiser.  This will give you information about the knowledge and skills that the children will be learning.  It will also give you information on the vocabulary taught and how this unit links with prior learning.



Being In My World- Sense of belonging, social community, wider and global community, children’s rights

Celebrating Differences- Diversity, disability, racism, friendship and bullying

Dreams and Goals- Goals for success, personal strengths, enterprise and fundraising, dreams of other children in other countries and dreams for the world.

Healthy Me- Emotional and physical health, drugs and alcohol

Relationships- Families, friends, pets, love and loss, safeguarding, cyber and social networks, conflict, roles and responsibilities, stereotyping

Changing Me- S.R.E.

Protective Behaviours

We use the Warwickshire "Taking Care" scheme with our children.  We teach them about their early warning signs and help them to make a network of people that they trust and can talk to.

Please click on the images below to read the information you can share at home with your children.