PSHE Resources

Early Years Building Blocks

PSED (Personal, Social and Emotional Development) in early childhood education provides essential building blocks for PSHE (Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education) in later stages of schooling. Here's how PSED contributes to the foundation of PSHE:

  • Emotional Awareness and Regulation talks in PSED help young children recognise and understand their emotions, teaching them to express themselves appropriately. Laying such emotional intelligence groundwork is crucial for handling complex social and health-related topics in PSHE later on.

  • Serving as the early years’ framework for social, emotional and personal skills’ development, PSED helps to navigate the complexities of life, which we cover later in PSHE. Providing pupils with a strong foundation of self-awareness, interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence, these fundamental teachings encourage informed decisions, healthy relationship development, and not forgetting a positively proactive approach to community involvement as children progress through their education.

Early Years Building Blocks
PHSE Resources for Primary

Resources for Primary

PSHE (which stands for Personal, Social, Health, and Economic Education) is paramount in today's educational landscape. Pivotal in shaping well-rounded individuals and preparing them for life's challenges, this multifaceted subject starts by addressing critical life skills. Providing pupils with tools for effective communication, decision-making and problem-solving; these skills are not only essential for academic success but are also vital for navigating the complexities of adulthood.

Secondly, PSHE promotes emotional and mental well-being. Teaching students about emotional regulation, resilience, and optimum mental health is invaluable in an increasingly stressful world. It empowers them to recognise and manage their feelings, reducing the stigma around mental health issues.

Moreover, it addresses crucial health topics, from physical fitness to harmonious relationships, while also covering personal safety and well-being.

PSHE introduces economic literacy, providing students with the financial skills they need to manage money, plan for the future and ensure they can confidently make informed decisions in our complex, ever-changing economy.

In essence, PSHE is not just another subject; it's a compass guiding students towards personal growth, emotional well-being and responsible citizenship. It equips them with the knowledge, skills, and values necessary for a successful, fulfilling, and healthy life. Therefore, its importance in education cannot be overstated.

Assembly Pack Resources

Assemblies in primary schools deliver a sense of community, impart important values and enhance the overall educational experience.

Firstly, assemblies bring together the entire school population, creating a shared sense of belonging. This communal gathering fosters unity and a feeling of being part of something larger, which can positively impact pupils' self-esteem and social development.

Secondly, assemblies serve as platforms for exploring essential values and life lessons. Whether through stories, speeches, or presentations, students learn about topics like respect, kindness, tolerance and responsibility in a collective setting. These messages often resonate deeply when delivered to a captive audience of peers.

Moreover, assemblies provide opportunities for recognising and celebrating both academic and non-academic achievements. This recognition can boost students' self-confidence and motivation to excel in various areas.

Furthermore, assemblies introduce students to broader cultural, historical, and/ or societal topics, thus expanding their horizons and encouraging critical thinking.

Assemblies in primary schools are highly effective for building a sense of community, instilling values and providing opportunities for collective recognition and growth. They contribute significantly to the holistic development of young learners, making them a valuable component of primary education.

Assembly Pack Resources
Nurture Group Resources

Nurture Group Resources

Nurture Resources in primary schools are invaluable tools that play a crucial role in supporting the holistic development of students, particularly those who may face challenges or require additional support.

By encompassing a wide range of interventions, such as 1:1 counselling, group therapy sessions and specialised teaching methods, our 1decision Nurture Group Resources provide a safe and nurturing environment where students can address emotional, social and behavioural issues.

Aiding to boost self-esteem, improve social skills and enhance emotional resilience, our Nurture Groups encourage individually-tailored strategies, which help students overcome learning obstacles while fully engaging in their academic pursuits.

Moreover, these resources can help teachers and assistant identify areas for early intervention as well as the requirement of additional assistance, thus preventing issues from escalating later on. By promoting a sense of belonging and inclusion, all students are set up with the equal opportunities and tools to succeed.

In essence, nurture resources are a cornerstone of primary education, fostering emotional well-being, personal growth and academic progress. They exemplify the commitment of schools to the overall development and success of every child.

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We create interactive PSHE resources for primary children. As part of the media generation, we know how important it is to engage and teach from a young age. Each module is carefully created by PSHE and Safeguarding experts together with schools and, most importantly, children. We are proud to offer resources to over 2,000 schools in 47 UK counties and across the world.

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