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PSHE & well-being

Personal, Social & Health Education (PSHE) acknowledges and addresses the changes that young people experience and equips them with the knowledge, understanding and skills to enable them to live healthy, happy, safe and fulfilled lives. Our programme of study, for Key Stages 3, 4 and 5, also enables students to become responsible and explore their increasing independence.

Through our Self-Science lessons, students develop their understanding of character strengths and explore a variety of practical skills, which will equip them for life outside of school. PSHE lessons allow students to reflect upon their values and attitudes and we hope to instil positive values, beliefs and a growth mindset, encouraging them to make sensible decisions and choices. 

 PSHE helps students to manage risks, appreciate that actions have consequences, make informed decisions, become financially aware, explore healthy relationships and become aware of the increasing influence of peers and the media. PSHE enables students to become confident in making meaningful and active contributions to their community.

Miss A Hutchings (Director of Character Education & Student Leadership) email:

PSHE Policy

Citizenship Policy

Programme of Study
PSHE Programme of Study

Safer Internet Day
About Safer Internet Day

To see the Safer Internet Day videos, click on links below:

Helpful Websites

For childrens' mental health services please click here.

Drug and alcohol Education

Bob Tait delivered an engaging presentation to parents on drugs and the law in January 2018. He has put together some useful information for parents: / Website - Slides accompanying the talk; Nitrous Oxide; Parent Leaflet; Party Format; Tables; The Law; The Law and Teenagers;  Types of Drugs; Useful Information Sites on the Internet.

Physical Health



Financial Capability

Internet safety