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PSHE


PSHE is part of the Humanities Faculty and is taught to all students, in mixed ability groups, once a fortnight. PSHE lessons are taught mainly by PSHE specialists supported by other members of the Humanities faculty. The curriculum is also supported by external providers, organisations such as the School Nurse Team and local employers.
The content of the curriculum is designed to support students in their personal development and to reflect what it is like growing up in modern Britain. The curriculum supports the school’s commitment to SMSC, British Values and Wellbeing and therefore changes dependent on the needs of the students. We aim to engage and inspire our students to be passionate about the world in which they live and inquisitive about their place within it.
Students learn to be effective problem-solvers and risk-managers and are encouraged to question, think, and reflect, not to pre-judge; to be confident in their opinions and not to be afraid to have their opinion challenged by others.
The current Programme of Study for PSHE is as follows:

Year 7

Unit 1: Building Relationships (British Values 4 - Teaching about Mutual Respect & Tolerance)
Unit 2: Puberty (RSE Education)
Unit 3: Alcohol/Smoking (Drug Education)
Unit 4: Work of Work (Careers Education, British Values 4 - Teaching about Mutual Respect & Tolerance)

Year 8

Unit1: Healthy Living (Wellbeing)
Unit 2: Solvents & Volatile Substance Abuse (Drug Education)
Unit 3: Careers Choices (Careers Education)
Unit 4: Sexuality & Diversity (RSE Education, British Values 4 - Teaching about Mutual Respect & Tolerance)

Year 9

Unit 1: Politics/Community Awareness (Citizenship, British Values 1 - Teaching about Democracy & 2 - Teaching about the rule of Law)
Unit 2: Relationships & Contraception (RSE Education, British Values 2 - Teaching about the rule of Law & 4 - Teaching about Mutual Respect & Tolerance)
Unit 3: Personal Safety (Citizenship, British Values 2 - Teaching about the rule of Law & 4 - Teaching about Mutual Respect & Tolerance)

Year 10

Unit 1: Sexual Health (RSE Education, British Values 4 - Teaching about Mutual Respect & Tolerance)
Unit 2: New Psychoactive Substances (Drugs Education)
Unit 3: Preparing for Work Experience (Careers)
Unit 4: Risk Management (Financial Education, Citizenship, British Values 2 - Teaching about the rule of Law)

Year 11

Unit1: Post-16 Choices (Careers Education)
Unit 2: ‘Really’ (Wellbeing)
Unit 3: Topical Issues (RSE Education, Citizenship, British Values 2 - Teaching about the rule of Law & 4 - Teaching about Mutual Respect & Tolerance)

Year 12

Unit 1: Terrorism/Extremism (Citizenship, British Values 1 - Teaching about Democracy, 2 - Teaching about the rule of Law, 3 - Teaching about Individual Liberty & 4 - Teaching about Mutual Respect & Tolerance)
Unit 2: Healthy Relationships (RSE Education, British Values 4 - Teaching about Mutual Respect & Tolerance)
Unit 3: Driver Awareness/Safety (Citizenship, British Values 2 - Teaching about the rule of Law)
Unit 4: Post -18 Options (Careers Education)


Year 13

Unit 1: Terrorism (British Values 1 - Teaching about Democracy, 2 - Teaching about the rule of Law, 3 - Teaching about Individual Liberty & 4 - Teaching about Mutual Respect & Tolerance)
Unit 2: Finance for Life (Financial Education)
Unit 3: Importance of Voting (Citizenship, British Values 1 - Teaching about Democracy & 2 - Teaching about the rule of Law)

The Tutorial Programme supports the PSHE curriculum and is organised by the relevant Progress Learning Leader.