PSHE @ Teign School

 

The PSHE (Personal Social & Health Education) and Citizenship Curriculum is fundamentally about educating the whole child.

PSHE education gives pupils the knowledge, skills, and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe and to prepare them for life and work in modern Britain.

 

 

PSHE Staff

PSHE is taught explicitly within Beliefs, Values and Citizenship (BVC) and also features implicitly across the school’s whole curriculum. It also features heavily in our tutorial programme with weekly themes, assemblies and a Thursday morning tutorial session led by Form Tutors.

We take pride in our schemes of work and in lessons being varied and interesting. BVC is led by Ms Roberts and PSHE across the school is led by Mrs Wagner.

 

 

All Year Groups will cover the following:

CORE THEME 1- Health and Wellbeing

CORE THEME 2- Relationships

CORE THEME 3- Living in the Wider World

A detailed overview of what these core themes cover is available here

An overview of the PSHE indicators covered in BVC is available here

An overview of PHSE across the curriculum **coming soon**

Information on our PSHE literacy programme can be found here

Our tutorial programme and tutorial daily overview can be seen by selecting the hyperlinks

Click here for our Relationships and Sex Education Policy (SRE) 

 

 

PSHE Guidelines

Health Education will be compulsory in all schools from September 2020 along with Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) in all secondary schools.

To lead independent, happy lives, children must develop their self-confidence. This involves taking responsibility for their own health and well-being. In this subject, children learn about these important life skills. They learn not only about their own rights, duties and responsibilities but also about the rights and responsibilities of others. Teaching in PSHE aims to help them respect and value the richness and diversity of our British society. PSHE at Teign School is not formally assessed.

 

 

Useful Pastoral/PSHE Websites:

 

General support & advice:

NSPCC

Childline

 

Mental Health:

Students Against Depression

Papyrus

Mind

Samaritans

Kooth

 

Citizenship:

Citizenship Foundation

Oxfam

Samaritan’s Purse

Time Bank

Princes’ Trust

Christian Aid

Government & Parliament

 

Bullying:

Bullying UK

Diana Award

 

Online Safety:

Think U Know

Childnet

 

Sex & relationships:

NHS

Brook

 

Drugs:

Talk to Frank

 

Extremism:

Educate Against Hate

 

Exploitation:

County Lines

 

Our PSHE provision contributes to our Rights Respecting School journey.