Miss C Canlett
The PSHE department aims to deliver a broad and balanced curriculum which follows the PSHE association’s guidance of health and wellbeing, relationships, living in the wider world that emphasises on personal development. We invite opportunities for external providers and link learning to Citizenship.
In KS3, students have 1 lesson a week, with a focus to introduce and develop self-awareness and confidence, self-esteem and resilience, health independent routines, fulfilling relationships, respect diversity and enterprise skills.
In KS4, students continue with this subject for 1 lesson a week, with a focus to develop and analyse self-awareness and confidence, self-esteem and resilience, health independent routines, fulfilling relationships, respect diversity and enterprise skills.
In KS5, students have 1 lesson a fortnight, we develop positive behaviours and attitudes by evaluating the importance of relationships and boundaries, diversity and respect, and tolerance and empathy.
Outside of lessons, students are invited to get involved with enrichment activities which support the relationship and sex education curriculum. We have recently introduced a student voice team who actively raise awareness of important issues that students face in society. As a school we aim to design the curriculum around the needs of our students through the support of the Pastoral team, staff members and parents while making sure we keep up to date with PSHE curriculum statutory updates. Further information can be found here Changes to personal, social, health and economic (PSHE) and relationships and sex education (RSE). - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk) If there is anything you would like to discuss in terms of curriculum mapping, please contact email@example.com
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