PSCHEE

Welcome to the PSCHEE department

The personal and social development of our students is very important to us at The Bay CE School. We challenge every student to strive for the highest standards, not only academically, but also in their personal and social development.

 

Teachers

Ms B Feltham – Head of Humanities
Mr G Bricknell
Mrs K Laidler-Jones
Mr J Navarro
Mr S Johnson
Mr D Shane
Mrs L Taylor
Ms K Walker
Mrs C Webster
Mr M Whittington

In our Personal, Social, Citizenship, Health & Economic Education lesson, our students are provided with many opportunities to develop essential skills, knowledge and understanding, and to address attitudes and values, all of which are necessary to help students make sense of their life experiences and feel confident and informed now and in the future.

Our objectives are such that each student is encouraged:

  • To develop self-esteem, confidence, independence and responsibility and to make the most of their abilities;
  • To play an active role as future citizens and members of society;
  • To develop a healthy lifestyle and keep themselves and others safe;
  • To develop effective and fulfilling relationships and learn to respect the difference between people.

All students follow a course in PSCHEE delivered by teaching staff and specialists and there are many other opportunities where students are able to develop and practise their personal and social skills. These include:

  • Informal times – before and after school, breaks and lunchtimes
  • During assemblies;
  • Being aware of the decision making processes through Student Voice;
  • Curriculum Enrichment opportunities, theme days, outside speakers;
  • Student Leadership, House reps and Captains, helping on reception duty;
  • Extra-curricular activities like the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and sports clubs.

We are committed to Personal, Social, Citizenship and Health & Economic Education because we know that the way students feel about themselves can have a significant impact upon their achievement, and by engaging our students in learning vital life skills we will equip them for their future away from The Bay CE School. 

Year 7 Topics
  Term 1 Term 2
Autumn Healthy lifestyles Employability and careers
Spring Valuing difference Dependency
Summer Relationships and romance Economic well being

 

Year 8 Topics
  Term 1 Term 2
Autumn Keeping safe Promoting human rights
Spring Mental health GCSE options support
Summer Being sexually active Financial decisions

 

Year 9 Topics
  Term 1 Term 2
Autumn Dealing with pressure Discrimination
Spring Valuing difference Addiction
Summer Relationships and sex Employability skills

 

Year 10 Topics
  Term 1 Term 2
Autumn Mental health Money matters
Spring Challenges Your impact on others
Summer Dealing with challenges Employability

 

Year 11 Topics
  Term 1 Term 2
Autumn Revision and getting ready Moving on
Spring Recognising unwanted attention or relationships Your body
Summer Multiculturalism
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