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Holy Family Catholic Primary School

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We currently have a class teacher vacancy - please see the vacancies page for more details. Please read our newsletter to see all the wonderful things taking place in our school and check the key dates to see what is coming up.
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Holy Family Catholic Primary School
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PSHE at Holy Family

At Holy Family our pupils are given the opportunities to build a range of strategies to help them to develop into confident, resilient, respectful young people who will play an active, positive and successful role in today’s diverse and ever-changing society.

Our progressive curriculum promotes their spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development. Our PSHE curriculum, when linked with our R.E. topics and other subjects, helps to equip our children to make informed choices at school and throughout their lives. Through high quality discussions, the PSHE lessons develop the children’s abilities to relate to others, form healthy relationships and to work for the common good, enabling them to respond to opportunities, challenges and responsibility as well as cope with change and adversity.


Holy Family follow the Ealing Scheme of work for PSHE which provides a progressive, broad and balanced curriculum and promotes the physical and mental development of pupils. Statutory Relationship and Sex Education is taught through the TenTen scheme ‘Life To The Full’, which is a programme based on the structure of ‘A Model Catholic RSE Curriculum’ by the Catholic Education Service, which provides a series of lessons and creative resources that engage, inform and inspire our children.


The PSHE curriculum is further enhanced with weekly PSHE assemblies and diverse and engaging and important themed weeks throughout the year.


Anti-Bullying Week 2023

Road Safety Week 2023

Oral Health Workshop

"She showed us the best toothbrushes to use were the ones that are charged and not the ones that come with batteries as the battery wears out. Also, if you eat sugar it can lead to acid and decay. If you forget to brush your teeth in the morning you should brush it in the afternoon when you come home from school rather than waiting till night time." Lida, 6T

“The lady, Adele, toid us the importance of looking after our teeth and the consequences of what will happen if we don’t. We were shown a picture of tooth rotting away. Also, she showed us what is underneath the surface of our teeth, which I didn’t realise. It was really interesting.” Sade, 6T

School Council visit Houses of Parliament

Anti Bullying Odd Socks Day

Road Safety

Police Visit to EYFS and Year 6

Fire Brigade Visit

One World Week

Our Health Fair