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PSHE Lessons 23.04.18:

Year 7 - Citizenship Project Research
Year 8 - Finance - Budgeting
Year 9 - Interview Skills
Year 10 - Health - Drugs
Year 11 - Revision Sessions

Mental Health Awareness Week
14th – 20th May 2018

Useful Websites:

PSHE Prefects 2017-18

Chontice Regan
Aidan Lunn
Nancy Lama
Destiny Blair

 

January 2018

All students received an assembly from the PSHE Forum Students about Mental Health. The powerpoint below was created by the students with facts about Mental Health and how to get help...

Visit our useful websites page for more information about Mental Health issues.

December 2017

Bethan Hoggan, Year 10, has been selected as a member of the Young NCB Advisor Group. Read her blog about SRE and PSHE at the Wavell here... 

https://www.ncb.org.uk/news-opinion/news-highlights/future-relationship-and-sex-education

November 2017

How one country persuaded teens to give up drink and drugs:

September 2017


Click here to view the detailed schedule of PSHE Curriculum during 2017-18...

July 2017
During this term Year 7 & 8 have carried out Citizenship Projects during which each tutor group investigated a health & safety issue as well as learning about presenting and public speaking skills. The project culminated in a competition during which they presented their findings to the rest of the year group using a variety of methods including acting, songs and powerpoints.

Congratulations to the winning tutor groups and to Mistral - overall House winners in Year 7...

1st - 7W
2nd - 7T
3rd - 7Z
4th - 7V


8S were the winners in Year 8 with their slick and interesting presentation on Bike Safety including a fantastic rap by Carter!

Some very informative powerpoints were produced some of which can be viewed below...

PDF icon  8T Fire Safety
PDF icon  8V Online Safety

          

9th June 2017

On Thursday 8th June 2017 all students voted in the Wavell Mock Election.

The parties were anonymous to enable the students to make an unbiased vote on the policies (click to view) and the results are now in....

  Party A Green 270
  Party B Labour 216
  Party C UKIP 148
  Party D Liberal Democrat 123
  Party E Conservative 58
  Party F SNP 21

 10th December 2016
 Human Rights Day

Web iconLink to Amnesty International Website

RE is also teaching Human Rights all week

10th November 2016

 

November 2016
Year 10 Cannabis Debate

                 

'FRANK: Mess with your mind'
interactive video