PSHE & Relationship Education

As a school we use Connect PSHE as a scheme of learning.

  • Connect is a Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) wellbeing curriculum for primary school children.
  • It is a weekly programme that teaches children key skills to promote emotional wellbeing and resilience.
  • Connect combines psycho-education skills development curriculum-based interventions within schools. The scheme is highly regarded by many schools across the UK including all primaries within the Carlton Academy Trust.
  • Connect was created by a group of teachers, academic, educational and clinical psychologists based on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
  • ACT is a mindfulness-based approach to wellbeing that focuses on psychological flexibility (being willing to experience all thoughts and feelings, even the unwanted ones, whilst still moving in the direction of one’s values)
  • To hear more about Connect PSHE please use the link below.

At Carlton Mills Primary School we use Connect’s well planned and designed planning and resources. The links below will take you to the relevant planning documents.

To view a selection of our Connect PSHE work click the folder below.

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