Greenvale Levels PSHE


“PSHE education is a school curriculum subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy, safe and prepared for life and work. When delivered well, PSHE education has an impact on both academic and non-academic outcomes for pupils, particularly the most vulnerable and disadvantaged”. PSHE Association 2018

The new Greenvale levels (GV) have been created to assess PSHE following the recommendations from the Rochford Review (2016) of the removal of P Levels as statutory requirement for the assessment of students working below the standard of national curriculum tests. The PSHE Greenvale Levels have been designed to ensure an assessment tool that creates stimulating and appropriate, fit for purpose, flexible assessment ideas to monitor student progress within key areas of PSHE curriculum.  

The new levels compliment and reflect the current schemes of work for PSHE, and assess progress in a range of skills, such as listening skills, cooperative working, understanding emotions and feelings, and communication skills.

Data sources used include:

  • PSHE Association
  • Rochford Review: final report (2016)
  • DFE Personal Social Health Education (2020)
  • Functional Skills Entry Level
  • GV levels (English and History)