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The Warriner School

Personal, Social, Health Education (PSHE)

Subject Leader

Miss H Williams

The Team

Mrs G Burch,  Assistant Headteacher

Miss E Thompson

Mrs R Campbell

Miss A Maggs

Curriculum Intent

Personal, Social, Health Education is a vital part of a young person’s development. Our curriculum, through all Key Stages is designed to encourage students to be their best person. Our overarching goal is to enable our students to become good citizens that contribute positively to our school but more importantly society after they leave us.

The Philosophy behind the curriculum is equipping students with knowledge and tools to enable them to make healthy, positive, informed choices for their own lives. From the moment students join us in Year 7 our lessons encourage healthy debate and actively encourage understanding of different perspectives. Diversity and difference are embraced; we make a point of teaching lessons that mirror/reflect that make up of society. At each Key Stage the curriculum reflects the journey of our young people to support their own understanding of themselves as well as the wider community we live in. 

Individual lessons and Schemes of Work focus on building healthy relationships of all natures including family, friendships and romantic. Throughout lessons key personal skills such as self-esteem, confidence and respect are taught both explicitly and promoted implicitly. 

PSHE Implementation

Year 7 : Coping with Change; Learning to Learn; Puberty and Adolescence
Year 8: Personal Safety: Home, School and In-Between; The Use and Mis-use of Drugs, Alcohol and Tobacco; Knives and Guns; Self Esteem, Mental Health and Wellbeing; Bullying.
Year 9: Sex and Relationships; Parenthood; Exploitation and Human Trafficking