Personal, social, health and economic education (PSHE) – SPARK days

PSHE education is a planned programme of learning through which children and young people acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives. As part of a whole school approach, PSHE develops the qualities and attributes pupils need to thrive as individuals, family members and members of society. PSHE is delivered through SPARK days, assemblies and the curriculum.

Areas of Study

Autumn Term Spring Term Summer Term
Year 7

 

 

What is British Values?

Self Awareness

Great Egg Drop Challenge

Free your Feet

E-safety

Self-improvement as a learner

Resilience

Self Esteem

Rights and Responsibilities

Scotomas

Money and currency

Wants and needs

Financial security

Banking basics

Exploring careers and career development

Revision Skills

HIV awareness

Age of responsibility

Changing body

Investigating work and working life

First aid

Social and emotional aspects of learning

Complete health

Political parties

Making the most of careers information, advice and guidance

Sexual exploitation

Democracy & dictatorship

Social and emotional aspects of learning

Bullying

Planning for employability

Community cohesion

Legal High

What is stress and management?

Smoking

 

 

Year 8

 

 

Self determination

Positive breakfast

Positive mind

Positive relationship

Positive body & media influence

Self-improvement as a learner

Resilience

Drug awareness

Road safety

Stigma and migration

Jobs and income.

Managing money 1.

Budgeting.

Financial responsibility.

Understanding business & industry

Human rights

Influence of media on society

Revision skills

Investigating jobs and labour market information

Sexual exploitation

Challenging stereotypes

Peer pressure (drugs)

Community cohesion

Making the most of careers information

E-safety

First aid

Unacceptable language

Bullying

Mock trial

Year 9

 

 

Managing money 2.

Consumer rights.

Best buys.

Fraud and identity thefts.

Exploring careers and career development

Sexual exploitation

Underage pregnancy

Sexual health including FGM

Human rights

Investigating jobs and labour market

Alcohol awareness

Drug awareness

Human rights

Sex and relationships education

Identifying choice and opportunities

Road safety

Mock election

Self determination

Burton addiction centre

Revision skills

Mental health awareness

Self improvement as a learner

E-safety

Homelessness awareness

CPR – first aid

 

Year 10

 

 

Government spending

Sex and relationships education

Drug awareness

Mental Health – coping strategies

European Union

Enterprise and STEM project

Know your bits

E-safety

Personal safety

First aid

Revision skills

Key life events

Understanding payslips

Debt and gambling

Long term financial planning

Tenner challenge or STEM project

Self awareness

Self improvement as a learner

College talks

Careers/college convention

Year 11

 

 

Self-improvement as a learner

Revision skills

Suicide workshop

Stress management

Sex and relationship education

Learning about safe working practice and environments

Revision skills

BLESMA

 

Identifying choice and opportunities

Revision skills

Domestic abuse

Extremism awareness

Road safety

Handling applications and selection for colleges

Hate crime

Planning and deciding for career

E-safety

First aid

Exam rules

Revision

Subject revision

Relaxation techniques

Assessment

Questions and answers, role play, activities, challenges

Firefly/Extended Learning

Relevant information will be uploaded to Firefly as and when needed. Extended learning and further information available on each topic at the request of the student.

Links to useful Resources/ Exam Specifications/ Apps

www.phse-association.org.uk

further websites on individual topics can be provided at a student’s request

Extra –curricular activities

Various activities throughout the year, please refer to extra-curricular activities and notice boards