Welcome to PSHCE Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship and Economic Education.
During PSHCE lessons we aim to celebrate the shared values of our country and community, as well as the diversity we all bring to the world. We hope that through the PSHCE curriculum students will develop a sense of personal and social responsibility, becoming active citizens in modern Britain.
Personal, Social, Health, Citizenship and Economic education is delivered through one lesson a fortnight to Years 7, 8, 9 and 10.
The PSHCE curriculum is designed and led by Mrs E Wooldridge.
Lessons are delivered by a variety of different staff members across the school.
The KS3 curriculum will cover topics such as:
Making a successful transition to secondary school
Resilience and developing a growth mindset
Democracy and government
Safety when out and about
What it means to be an active citizen
How to be healthy physically and emotionally
Extra-Curricular Provision at KS3
Y7 Cyberbullying workshop
Y8 Stand for it? A drama workshop aimed at challenging extremism and radicalisation, presented by Saltmine Theatre Company.
The KS4 curriculum will cover areas such as:
Healthy v abusive relationships
Alcohol and drug awareness
How to keep healthy emotionally and physically
Rights and responsibilities
Click here for the PSHCE Scheme of Work for the Autumn Term
Extra-Curricular Provision at KS4
Y9 Cafod Day in conjunction with the RE department
Y9 Stand for it? A drama workshop aimed at challenging extremism and radicalisation, presented by Saltmine Theatre Company.
Y10 Justice Day in conjunction with the RE department
For information on useful links and resources for those struggling with emotional and mental health issues Open: Shelf Help young people library collection.pdf