PSHEE, Citizenship and Careers

Curriculum Intent

Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education, Citizenship and Careers forms an important and necessary part of all students’ education and, in the current climate, has arguably never been more relevant. The PSHEE curriculum is organised into three overarching themes:

  • Aspiring to live in the wider world 
  • Respectful relationships
  • Engaging with health & wellbeing

This spiralled approach to learning, in which each theme is revisited and developed throughout Key Stages 3 and 4, not only supports learning but also allows us to ensure that PSHEE lessons are age appropriate, locally sensitive and supportive of the aims of the wider pastoral curriculum.

Aspiring to Live in the Wider World

Through these units, we aim to provide students with a knowledge of their world – locally, nationally and globally and to give them the confidence to tackle the many moral, social and cultural issues that are part of growing up today. In partnership with our careers programme, we aim to help our young people develop the essential skills, knowledge and attributes to be active members of their communities and to prepare them for important milestones such as the Key stage 4 preferences and post-16 applications processes and for the world of work and life in general after school.

Supporting Documents

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