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The school aims to make PSED (Personal, Social, Emotional Development) in the Early Years and PSHEE (Personal, Social, Health, Economic Education) and SEAL (Social, Emotional Aspects of Learning) and Citizenship implicit in everyday school life in the school’s organisation, culture and ethos in order to promote and support the spiritual, moral, social and cultural (SMSC) development of each child and to prepare all pupils for the opportunities and responsibilities of life and an understanding of Fundamental British Values.  

Our pastoral care is second to none and the school’s aims and ethos are at the heart of our PSED and PSHEE and Citizenship programmes. 

The programmes provide for the pupils’ personal and social development, and their health, emotional and economic wellbeing.

The school’s aims and ethos are at the heart of the PSED and PSHEE and Citizenship programmes at Eton End School.

  • We strive to enable all children to be happy and therefore to reach their full potential.
    We provide a learning environment that encourages the development of each child within a broad & balanced curriculum.
  • We recognise each child’s strengths and weaknesses and challenge or address them accordingly.
  • We aim to develop a child’s self-esteem in order to promote and foster independent learning.
  • We employ well qualified staff who are personally committed to the ethos of our school.
  • We encourage a close liaison with parents and the wider community.

The PSED and PSHEE programmes provide for the pupils’ health and wellbeing, personal and social development, and preparation for living in the wider world.

PSHEE is taught through two dedicated lessons per week and through a whole breadth of opportunities offered in school life. PSED is taught within the seven areas of learning. It makes a major contribution to the unique atmosphere of the school. 

Testimonials

Present Parent

The approach shown by our daughter’s teacher shows professionalism and dedication well above what we could expect. It is clear that she takes a lot of time and care to understand the children in her class and to tailor her teaching and personal approach accordingly.

Present Parent

“the pace and variety of activities and learning initiatives going on across the school are stunning – highlights so far this term, definitely Zoo Lab and the wonderful array of costumes for Book Character Day making their way along Eton Road…”