Our PSHE curriculum is based on the PSHE associations programme of study and is split into three key areas. Relationships, health and wellbeing and living in the wider world. Our careers strategy is interweaved with our PSHE curriculum.

The aim is for students to have the knowledge, understanding, skills, strategies and attributes they need for independent living and the next stage in their education or career. Furthermore, we have flexibility in the curriculum to adapt to changes in society and meet the arising needs on our sixth formers.

Relationships

  • Managing unwanted behaviour
  • Risk taking behaviour
  • Relationship values
  • Relationship abuse
  • Consent
  • Bullying/abuse/discrimination
  • Inclusivity

Health and wellbeing

  • Sexual health awareness
  • Drugs and alcohol awareness
  • Mental health and wellbeing awareness
  • Healthy lifestyles
  • Medical self-checks

Living in the wider world

  • Personal finances- current accounts, bank statements and borrowing
  • Financial risk and fraud
  • Employment rights and responsibilities
  • Road safety
  • Life skills- problem solving
  • Interview practice
  • Assessment centre practice
  • Media literacy and digital resilience
  • Managing student finances
  • Fire safety when living independently