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PSHE Prefects 2017-18

Chontice Regan
Aidan Lunn
Nancy Lama
Destiny Blair

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PSHE and Citizenship


 

The PSHE (Personal Social & Health Education) and Citizenship Curriculum is fundamentally about educating the whole child.

"...excellent personal, social, citizenship and health education programme" (Ofsted)

PSHE Staff

PSHE is taught one lesson per week in tutor groups by the form tutors. Each Year Group follows a set PSHE programme managed by the Directors of Students and Head of PSHE, Ms Nicholson.

We take pride in our schemes and lessons being varied and interesting with regular outside speakers, including circle time, debate, ICT and presentations. 

All Year Groups will cover the
following subjects:

 Related PSHE & Citizenship:

  • Bullying / Conflict Resolution
  • Drugs / Alcohol
  • Careers
  • Money / Gambling
  • Citizenship
  • Health / Wellbeing
  • Sex & Relationship Education

PDF icon PSHE Policy

PDF icon 2017-18 Schedule

Current PSHE News

PDF icon How the Wavell Promotes British Values

 

  • PDL (Personal Development Learning)

  • ECO Schools

  • Healthy Schools

  • SEAL (Social, Emotional Aspects of Learning

  • Emotional Intelligence

  • Global Citizenship

  • Drop in Centre

  • RRR - Charters (Rights, respect, Responsibility)

  • Safe Guarding

  • Community Cohesion

PSHE GUIDELINES

To lead independent, happy lives, children must develop their self-confidence. This involves taking responsibility for their own health and well-being. In this subject, children learn about these important life skills. They learn not only about their own rights, duties and responsibilities but also about the rights and responsibilities of others. Teaching in PSHE aims to help them respect and value the richness and diversity of our British society. PSHE at the Wavell School is not formally assessed.

In 2012 Exit Interviews, 95% of Year 11 stated the PSHE programme was very useful and that the outside speakers were very good