Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education

Our goal for PSHE education is that children know how to be safe, healthy and emotionally regulated, so they can manage their future lives in a positive way, by developing: 

  • understanding of how to look after the physical and mental health and well-being;
  • - the ability to build healthy, respectful relationships based on equality and non-discrimination; and
  • - the personal, social and academic attributes needed to make a meaningful contribution to society

We teach PSHE through a scheme of work called 'You, Me, PSHE'. In this scheme of work, PSHE is divided into seven different strands:

  •  Relationships and health education (RHE)
  •  Drug, alcohol and tobacco education (DATE)
  •  Keeping safe and managing risk
  •  Mental health and emotional wellbeing
  •  Physical health and wellbeing
  •  Careers, financial capability and economic wellbeing
  •  Identity, society and equality

Please have a look at our PSHE Curriculum Overview to see the topics taught in each year group.

Through PSHE, we hope that children will leave primary school with a newfound sense of responsibility, belonging to society and a greater sense of empowerment.

For questions about the provision of PSHE at William Tyndale, please contact the subject leader, Alana Doyle, via

PSHE Curriculum Overview

PSHE Knowledge & Skills Progression

Whole School Food Policy

Smoking Alcohol and Drugs Policy

Relationships and Sex Education Policy