PSHE including Relationship and Sex Education
All About Me
Warwickshire County Council’s Public Health have been supporting schools to deliver the 'Spring Fever' programme across the county for over 5 years and we are currently one of over 80 schools that has been running the programme across all year groups.
However, last year, Public Health updated the programme, after listening to feedback from staff, parents and the young people that receive the programme first hand.
The new programme 'All About Me' will still be based on the same ethos and evidence that supported the old Spring Fever programme, whist also incorporating much of the learning and evidence we have accumulated over the last five years. There will be much stronger links and reinforcement of the Key Messages from Warwickshire’s Protective Behaviours - Taking Care Programme and the NSPCC Pants rules.
The most exciting development will be a website especially designed to support parents and carers. Here you will find information about the programme, including information on every lesson delivered, samples of resources, as well as a section of FAQ to offer advice and help you answer your children’s questions, plus a list of helpful books that are recommended.
Please find below our whole school progression map, Yoimoji progression map and long term plan for PSHE.