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PSHE

PSHE Curriculum:

PSHE is the planned opportunity to ensure personal and social development.

 

To promote students personal and social development through providing specific opportunities and experiences, which have particular qualities. These include: the opportunity to participate in a range of groups, to relate to others in a supportive atmosphere, to try out new roles, to take responsibility and to develop relationships.

PSHE at Kineton High School teaches the knowledge, skills and understanding to:

Develop self-awareness, confidence and positive self-esteem
Develop effective and satisfying relationships
Develop independence and responsibility
Live a healthier, safer lifestyle
Learn to keep yourself and others safe
Learn to respect the differences between people
Make a positive contribution to society
Make the most of your abilities

 

A broad and balanced curriculum to teach these skills will include aspects of

Sex and Relationship Education

Drug Education

Education for sustainable development

Careers Education and Guidance

Economic and Industrial Understanding

A planned age appropriate curriculum will be taught to all students and can be personalised to individuals and groups through the involvement of a network of external partners. These partners work with Kineton High School to ensure additional and extra services can be provided in response to individual needs. This may include the involvement of Careers Advisor, School Health Nurses, Police Liaison Workers, Social Services, Teenage Pregnancy Advisory Services, Warwickshire Drugs Team and Young Carers.

 

PSHE – Overview

The table shows the spread of topics covered across the age groups.

Year Grp
Topics

7
IntroductionHealthy Eating

Emotions
AspirationsManaging My Money

Year Reflection
What is citizenship?Legal age to vote.

How the voting system works
Alcohol and the effectsSmoking and the effects

Introduction to different types of drugs

AEWB
SRE
Citizenship
Drugs and Substances

8
Personal finance – BankingFinancial Capability

Managing Money
Same Sex RelationshipsContraception/STIs

Staying Safe
Public services, taxation, local government
Laws, effects and consequences

9
Options“Which Way Now?”

What Subjects Can I Do?

Next Steps Action Plan
Friendships and relationships, you and your body (contraception), true and false STIs.
Mediation, teenage crime and youth justice
AlcoholSmoking

Drugs and their Classes

10
Post 16 ChoicesChallenging Stereotypes

Health and Safety in the workplace
Choices and Consequences (Sexting)STI’S

Contraception
Consumer society, advertising and the law, demographic profiling
Legal Highs and AlcoholEffects of Drugs/Recovery Position

Cannabis

11
Preparing for work, CV job search, interview preparation

Government, role of the cabinet, election system
Situations and scenarios that drugs may occurFirst Aid

Drugs in the Media/Society