PSHE & Citzenship

< Back to Curriculum page

INTRODUCTION

The young people at Penn Hall School have an entitlement to learn about personal and social development (PSHE) which is non-statutory subject. The three core themes devised by the PSHE Association are 1. Health and Well Being, 2. Relationships and 3. Living in the Wider World. 

AIMS AND OBJECTIVES

The PSHE curriculum aims to promote pupils’ spiritual, moral, social and cultural development that is significant to their ability to learn and achieve. PSHE and CZ aims to prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of life.

SUBJECT CONTENT

  1. What is meant by a healthy lifestyle, how to maintain and manage risks to physical, mental and emotional health, manage change and make informed choices.
  2. Develop, maintain and manage healthy relationships in social and cultural settings.
  3. Rights and responsibilities as citizens, managing money and an understanding of enterprise.

KEY STAGE 1

Back to school, getting on with everyone, which includes anti-bullying week in November. Dealing with feelings. Relationships and growing up. Money and me. Health week focus on healthy eating and keeping safe.

KEY STAGE 2

Back to school, getting on with everyone, which includes anti-bullying week in November. Dealing with feelings. Relationships and growing up. Money and me. Health week focus on healthy eating and keeping safe.

KEY STAGE 3

How to manage transition. How to maintain physical, mental and emotional health and well-being including sexual health. Pregnancy and parenthood. To assess and manage risks to health, stay safe and keep others safe. Identify and access help, advice and support. Make informed choices about health, drugs, alcohol and tobacco. How to respond in an emergency - including first aid. The role and influence of the media on lifestyle.

KEY STAGE 4

How to manage transition. How to maintain physical, mental and emotional health and well-being including sexual health. Pregnancy and parenthood. To assess and manage risks to health, stay safe and keep others safe. Identify and access help, advice and support. Make informed choices about health, drugs, alcohol and tobacco. How to respond in an emergency - including first aid. The role and influence of the media on lifestyle

POST 16 – How to manage transition. How to maintain physical, mental and emotional health and well-being including sexual health. Pregnancy and parenthood. To assess and manage risks to health, stay safe and keep others safe. Identify and access help, advice and support. Make informed choices about health, drugs, alcohol and tobacco. How to respond in an emergency - including first aid. The role and influence of the media on lifestyle. The economic and business environment and personal finance choices. 

ACCREDITATION ROUTES - ASDAN Personal Progress for those at Entry Level One, assessments must make use of the Achievement Continuum. Work covered in KS4 & 5 can be used for ASDAN evidence for the Bronze Award and the ASDAN Life Skills award where appropriate

THIS SUBJECT ADHERES TO THE RELEVENT POLICY GUIDELINES OUTLINED IN THE SCHOOL GENERAL POLICY DOCUMENT.

Policy documents include PSHE, Drugs, SRE, Anti-Bullying, Food and Confidentiality.

COMPREHENSIVE DOCUMENTATION IS HELD BY THE SUBJECT CO-ORDINATOR WHO, FOR THIS SUBJECT IS JAYNE COWDALE

APPROVAL BY GOVERNORS:

REVIEW DATE: September 2018


Subject Areas