Every year the curriculum is revised and amended according to the Online Pupil Survey, this gives our students a voice in designing a curriculum that meets their specific needs.
Certain units of PSHEE & Citizenship are delivered through specific PSHE sessions by tutors on a fortnightly basis, whilst other units are taught by specialist teachers as part of a PSD programme that also operates on a fortnightly basis.
The aims of our PSHEE, Citizenship and Careers programme is to encourage students in;
Community, Disability, Refugees, Global Citizenship, Banking & Budgeting, My identity, Rights & Responsibilities, CEOP, Social Network Safety, Cyber Footprints & political systems.
Communication skills, Role models, Looking to the future, Looking after myself, The effects of alcohol and drugs, Friendships, Bullying, Puberty, and Relationships.
Voluntary work & Gap Year Projects, Digital Footprints, Sexting , Misconceptions of Africa, Saving Money and Budgeting for the Future, Employment Rights and Democracy.
Post 16 options, Post 18 Choices, Healthy Eating, Female health, Stress management, Practical Career Advice, Domestic Violence and Teenage Pregnancy.