Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE)

There are many subjects taught within the PSHE lessons. PSHE promotes emotional, social and health development.

Citizenship encourages social and moral responsibility both in the classroom and beyond.

Religion encourages a deeper understanding of culture and values in a diverse society.

Sex & Relationships Education (SRE) develops an understanding of religion.

Work-related learning develops the competencies and skills to enhance their employability.

Subject Description

Areas covered: SRE, financial capability, business and enterprise, work-related learning, RE, citizenship.

Key Stage 3

 

 Year 7 

 Year 8 

 Year 9 

 Autumn 

Protected Behaviour

Who am I?
Friendship
Peer pressure
Family

Team Work

Working together
Qualities of a team player

Family

What is a family?
Family tree
Stability & responsibility
Hardships

Politics and the local community
Who’s in charge?

How politics affects me
Political parties
The local council
Who is my MP?

Careers/Finance

Ambitions/Dream job
Gender stereotypes
Qualification/Options at KS4
Employability skills
Budgeting

The Media

Types of media
Freedom of speech
Role models
Body Image
Violence in the media
Youth in the media

 Spring

Healthier and Safer Lifestyles

Crime
Road Safety/Cycle Safety
Local Community
Sun Safety

Looking After My Money

What does money mean?Role of a bank
Finance task

Global Citizenship

Causes of poverty
Inequality within and between societies
The work of OXFAM

Sex and Relationships

Risky behaviour
The Right Time
Sexually-Trasmitted Infections (STIs)
HIV and AIDS

What makes me the person I am?

British culture and identity
Multiculturalism
Religion
Ethnicity
What I believe

 Summer

Equality

Race
Gender
Disability
Careers

Drunk In Charge Of A Body

Alcohol facts
Industry
Abuse and the media

It's not all about sex

Emotions
Boundaries and Assumptions
HIV and AIDS (introduction)
Contraception and STIs
Sexuality

Fair Trade

Why should I be bothered?
Who is affected?

Global charity project

Wateraid
UNICEF
Save The Children

 

Key Stage 4

 

Year 10 

Year 11 

 Autumn 

Peer Pressure

Smoking
Drugs
Alcohol
Sex

What affects society?

Law on drugs, smoking and alcohol
Criminal Justice System
Political Parties

Finance

Careers
Pay Scales
Plans for the future

Getting Ready For Work

Strengths and Weaknesses
Good and bad interviews

 

 Spring

Making Choices

Decision making
Work experience
Placement Research
Work experience letters

How to have a healthy life

Food (fasting/diet/nutrition)
Drugs (legal and non-legal)
Sport/exercise
Government guidelines regarding a healthy lifestyle
First Aid
Sun safety/Tanorexics
Teenage cancer
Eating disorders
Body image

Prejudice and Persecution

Bullying
Genocide - Rwanda

 Summer

Sexually Tranmitted Infections
Abortion
Having children at a young age
Disabilities (links to Paralympics)
Euthanasia
Self-harm
Eating disorders (male and female)

How Does The EU Affect The UK?

Agenda 21
Recycling
Earth Summit
Global Suffering
Poverty
Hunger
Disease
Conflict
The United Nations