Duration of course: 3 years
Students will study Citizenship/PHSE and compulsory ERS during themed Focus Days, assemblies and mentoring sessions.
Staff running the sessions are responsible for monitoring the work completed and this will be overseen by group leaders, in which students work will be judged and assessed.
Work will include the written, oral and group activities based around the themed topics of the day.
What will I learn?
Throughout the year students will immersed in a variety of different topics including:
Developing as a citizen e.g. Democracy
Understanding yourself e.g. Social Rights and Responsibilities
Keeping Healthy e.g. Physical, Social and Mental Health
Sex and Relationships e.g. Safe Sex and Contraception
Financial e.g. Managing your Money
Work and Careers Education e.g. Opportunities in Learning and Work
These topics will be covered in four whole school immersion days: Empathy, Community/Environment, Media, Healthy Lifestyles, as well as mentoring sessions throughout the year.
ERS will be explored through the spiritual aspects of the curriculum, including via assemblies.
How will I learn?
Reflection of self and others
Question and Answering sessions
Outside Agency involvement
Expectations of Students:
To be aware of their rights and responsibilities in the wider World
To be aware of the importance of leading a healthy lifestyle
Mrs C Piper and Miss S Vary (APT PSHE)
Mr N Wilson (Co-ordinator of Tutoring and Mentoring)