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Callow End CE Primary School

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We hope you all have a very happy and relaxing Easter break. Please remember that you need to let us know if your child develops symptoms within 7 days of being in school - up to and including Wednesday 8th April. This can be done via the school email address. Remember that asymptomatic testing is now available for parents of school age children please see the Coronavirus update section for details.
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RSHE Parent Consultation Letter 8th March 2021

At Callow End C of E Primary School we believe in teaching children about healthy relationships with friends and family, developing a good understanding of what healthy future relationships can look like.  We work hard to ensure all our children are taught how to be healthy and safe in their lives and in the choices they make; this includes recognising and forming positive life sustaining relationships with others both in the real and virtual world. We invite you to be part of our consultation regarding the introduction of the new R.S.H.E curriculum due to commence during the summer term, 'SCARF'.

 

SCARF Learning Outcomes

SCARF provides a comprehensive spiral curriculum for RSHE education, including mental health and wellbeing.

Using SCARF across all age groups will ensure progression in knowledge, attitudes and values, and skills – including the key skills of social and emotional learning, known to improve outcomes for children.

This page lists the specific learning outcomes of each SCARF lesson for Years 1 to 6.

Remember – SCARF is also mapped to the new DfE guidance for Relationships Education and Health EducationThe PSHE Association's Programmes of Study Learning Opportunities, the National CurriculumCurriculum for Excellence and Ofsted's requirements.

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