PSHE-

Relationships, Sex Education & Health Education at Chamberlayne College for the Arts 2020/21

Introduction

From September 2020, the following subjects will become compulsory in applicable schools in England:

 

•Relationship education in primary schools

•Relationship and sex education in secondary schools

•Health Education in state funded primary and secondary schools

 

These subjects will support all young people to be happy, healthy and safe. Equipping them for life as an adult in British society.

Purpose and Aims

The purpose is to:

•Promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school.

•Prepares pupils at the school for opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life

•Promote the wellbeing of pupils at the school

•Deliver Relationships and Sex Education (Secondary).

 

The aims are:

•Develop skills and attributes such as Leadership, Organisation, Resilience, Initiative and Communication (LORIC)

•Promote self-esteem, risk management and critical thinking

•To establish good working relationships and encourage mutual respect amongst all members of the school.

How?

•Lessons in KS3 & 4

 

•The curriculum is split into Three core themes; Relationships, Health & Wellbeing and Living in the Wider World

 

•Wider Curriculum

•Assemblies

•Culture & Ethos

Key Links

PSHE-

Relationships, Sex Education & Health Education at Chamberlayne College for the Arts 2020/21

Introduction

From September 2020, the following subjects will become compulsory in applicable schools in England:

 

•Relationship education in primary schools

•Relationship and sex education in secondary schools

•Health Education in state funded primary and secondary schools

 

These subjects will support all young people to be happy, healthy and safe. Equipping them for life as an adult in British society.

Vision 

These subjects will support all young people to be happy, healthy and safe. Equipping them for life as an adult in British society, Thus supporting Chamberlayne's culture:

Purpose and Aims

The purpose is to:

•Promote the spiritual, moral, cultural, mental and physical development of pupils at the school.

•Prepares pupils at the school for opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of later life

•Promote the wellbeing of pupils at the school

•Deliver Relationships and Sex Education (Secondary).

 

The aims are:

•Develop skills and attributes such as Leadership, Organisation, Resilience, Initiative and Communication (LORIC)

•Promote self-esteem, risk management and critical thinking

•To establish good working relationships and encourage mutual respect amongst all members of the school.

How?

•Lessons in KS3 & 4

 

•The curriculum is split into Three core themes; Relationships, Health & Wellbeing and Living in the Wider World

 

•Wider Curriculum

•Assemblies

•Culture & Ethos

Key Links

Chamberlayne College for the Arts. Expect More. Achieve More.

  • w-facebook
  • Twitter Clean