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At St White’s Primary School, pupils develop the knowledge to accept difference and challenge people’s perceptions in our world.  The PSHE curriculum has been designed with an understanding of the developmental stage of the pupils. It is delivered by staff with an enthusiastic ‘can do’ attitude enabling our pupils to be well rounded, empathetic young people who have a thirst for learning and respect for all around them.  

Equality education 

Equality is taught through our rich curriculum embedded in age appropriate pictures books and short stories. Children are encouraged to be reflective through their understanding of Equality and be life ready. It strives to develop responsible, respectful and active citizens who are able to play their part and become actively involved in public life as adults. Fundamental British values of democracy, individual liberty, the rule of law and mutual respect and tolerance are developed. Pupils will have knowledge of equality of opportunity so that all pupils can thrive together, understanding that difference is a positive, not a negative, and that individual characterises make a person unique.  

Health and Wellbeing 

The health and wellbeing of all pupils is taught through an engaging curriculum that incorporates Science, Physical Education and Computing. The school is very proud to be a recipient of the GHLL’s Mental Health Champions award and the Healthy schools award. It is for this reason that St White’s is highly committed to promoting and protecting the mental health and wellbeing of all our pupils. Pupils are encouraged to reflect and cherish their own health and wellbeing and are educated in the skills to prepare the challenges of life.  


Relationship education in school empowers the pupils to be courageous communicators when learning about relationships. This will involve all pupils in the school and be age appropriate to their stage of development. Pupils will be given the tools to identify positive and negative relationships and have the confidence to challenge negative ones. They will have the knowledge to create and cherish positive relationships. 

As of April 2021, new guidance has come into place regarding the teaching of relationships education in schools. Primary aged pupils must be taught Relationship and Health education (we will do this through PSHE lessons) and topics relating to the human body and animal life cycles (including humans) in science. As a school we will be covering these topics in our statutory lessons.