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PSHE

PSHE curriculum

Our PSHE curriculum challenges pupils to become creative, successful and happy individuals.  By focusing on six core themes which includes citizenship education woven throughout its delivery:

  • Core Theme 1: Rights, Responsibilities & British Values

  • Core Theme 2: Celebrating Diversity & Equality 

  • Core Theme 3: Relationships & Sex Education (RSE)

  • Core Theme 4: Staying safe online

  • Core Theme 5: Health & Wellbeing 

  • Core Theme 6: Life Beyond School 

We aim to equip students with the skills and knowledge they will need to face current and topical issues and that will allow them to respond with resilience to future change and challenge in their personal lives and the wider world. Pupils throughout the school have one hour of PSHE per week, this happens as a whole school in order to enhance the importance of PSHE in the curriculum. It is delivered through the pastoral curriculum and is also supplemented through discrete delivery across the academic curriculum. 

TO SEE THE PSHE PLAN FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR PLEASE SEE PSHE POLICY BELOW

Extended Curriculum Provision

In addition to the dedicated PSHE lessons, Preston Manor works with a dedicated team of outside providers who deliver additional workshops on a range of topics relating to the core themes. An additional programme of Personal Wellbeing drop down days take place throughout the year.

FORWARD (FGM Awareness), Alter Egos productions, Making the Leap, ADDACTION, Mosaic, Devastating After Effects (Anti Violence Programme), Street Style Theatre, My Bank, Body and Soul.

An additional programme of Personal Wellbeing drop down days happen throughout the year targeting specific areas such as self-esteem, drug and alcohol awareness, SRE, bereavement, Personal finance and careers.

Year 8 – Personal Finance Day

Year 10 – Personal Wellbeing Day

Year 11 – Personal Wellbeing Day

Citizenship Lead Learners

All tutor groups in Years 7-11 take part in a 15 minute citizenship registration activity each week. The activities are led by two trained Lead Learners and focus on topics surrounding the core themes of the PSHE curriculum and Citizenship curriculum. Lead Learners have additional responsibilities which involve developing community projects and awareness in the school. For example, AIDs Awareness Day, Remembrance Day, Holocaust Memorial Day, LGBT month, Black History month, Refugee Week.

Please find copies of our PSHE and Citizenship policies below: