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PSHE in a. PSHE contributes significantly to all five national outcomes for children and young people: being healthy staying safe enjoying and achieving, making a positive contribution economic wellbeing . Teaching and Learning in PSHE

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  • Teaching and Learning in PSHE for children and young people:

  • It is our aim to offer students curriculum content which is thought-provoking and which addresses their concerns. We aim to contribute to the :

  • Physical Development

  • Moral Development

  • Emotional Development

  • We are concerned with more than simply developing a body of knowledge.

  • PSHE teaching, in a supportive atmosphere, helps students to develop their values and beliefs and to have these challenged.


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Our PSHE department’s strength is its specialist team who all share a commitment to all aspects of PSHE.

We aim to employ a variety of teaching methods and organisational strategies to match the curricular objectives and meet the needs of the students. Role-play is used to enable students to work cooperatively, to recognise and value the views of others and to negotiate.


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PSHE Team all share a commitment to all aspects of PSHE.


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Year 7 PSHE all share a commitment to all aspects of PSHE.

C–careers ed. He.- Developing a Healthy Lifestyle Cit. –Citizenship

R – Developing good relationships/respecting others


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Year 8 all share a commitment to all aspects of PSHE.

C–careers ed. He.- Developing a Healthy Lifestyle Cit. –Citizenship

R– Developing good relationships/respecting others Se-Sex Education


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Year 9 all share a commitment to all aspects of PSHE.

C–careers ed. He.- Developing a Healthy Lifestyle Cit. –Citizenship

R– Developing good relationships/respecting others Se-Sex Education


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PSHE all share a commitment to all aspects of PSHE.

Qualitive outcomes

All students from Year 7 to Year 11 receive 1hour timetabled PSHE lesson per week. Students are able to discuss sensitive issues within lessons and have access to external agencies. Students say they enjoy the comprehensive topics covered which have increased their knowledge, confidence and sense of community. OFSTED 2008 commented favourably on our ‘strong, united and happy community’ where ‘students are very good at looking out for and supporting each other’.

Quantitative outcomes

Kirkland Rowell Student survey 2006 scored PSHE as a relative strength with 92.3% we have continued to tailor our PSHE course to suit the needs of our students with the result being that in the 2008 Kirkland Rowell survey students scored PSHE as 98.5%.

Our PSHE programme also met ECM criteria Being Healthy, Enjoying and Achieving and Making a Positive Contribution with 78.8%. Parents also rated PSHE highly 2006 80.3% with 2008 83.6%.


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Healthy Schools PSHE criteria all share a commitment to all aspects of PSHE.

1.1 Uses the PSHE framework to deliver a planned programme of PSHE, in line with the

relevant DfES/QCA guidance

1.2 Monitors and evaluates PSHE provision to ensure the quality of teaching and learning

1.3 Assesses children/young people’s progress and achievement in line with QCA guidance

1.4 Has a named member of staff responsible for PSHE provision with status, training and

appropriate Senior Management support within the school

1.5 Has up-to-date policies in place – developed through wide consultation, implemented and

monitored and evaluated for impact covering Sex and Relationships Education (SRE),

Drug Education and Incidents, Safeguarding, and Confidentiality

1.6 Has an implemented Non-Smoking Policy, or is working towards being smoke-free by

Summer 2007

1.7 Involves professionals from appropriate external agencies to create specialist teams to

support PSHE delivery and to improve skills and knowledge, such as a school nurse,

sexual health outreach workers and drug education advisers

1.8 Has arrangements in place to refer children/young people to specialist services who can

give professional advice on matters such as contraception, sexual health and drugs

1.9 Uses local data and information to inform activities and support important national priorities such as reducing teenage pregnancies, sexually transmitted infections and drug/alcohol misuse

1.10 Ensures provision of appropriate PSHE professional development opportunities for staff – such as the Certification Programmes for teachers and nurses offered by DH/DfES

1.11 Has mechanisms in place to ensure all children/young people’s views are reflected in

curriculum planning, teaching and learning and the whole school environment, including

those with special educational needs and specific health conditions, as well as disaffected

children/young people, young carers and teenage parents


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Useful Websites all share a commitment to all aspects of PSHE.

http://www.tellyads.com/

http://www.bootschangeonethingschools.com/change-one-thing-schools/

http://www.foodafactoflife.org.uk/Activity.

http://www.nhs.uk/change4life/Pages/MakeChange5aDayTips.aspx

http://www.food.gov.uk/multimedia/flash/eatwellflashlabel.swf

http://www.channel4learning.com/sites/lifestuff/content/teachers/up_close/spaced/text.html

http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/body/interactives/lifecycle/teenagers/

http://www.ruthinking.co.uk/the-facts/search/articles/girls-bodies.aspx

http://www.bbc.co.uk/switch/slink/sexlovelife/amiafreak/

http://www.bootslearningstore.com/ks3/puberty.html

http://www.drinkaware.co.uk/facts/effects-of-alcohol-2

http://www.sussedaboutdrink.net/front_yp.htm

http://www.2smart.co.uk/

http://www.need2know.co.uk/need2know/relationships/friendship

http://www.digizen.org/cyberbullying/

http://www.creaturediscomforts.org/


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What’s new for September? all share a commitment to all aspects of PSHE.

Working towards Healthy Schools Plus

Training 25 students as CyberMentors

Expanding our gardening club

Encouraging more students to cycle