PSCHE   (Personal, Social, Citizenship and Health Education)



Compulsory none examination subject.

Course Structure

PSCHE is a planned developmental programme of learning through which students acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives, now and in the future.

Each year group follows a different format;

Year 9; Learning skills, Health and Wellbeing, Religious Education, Careers and Enterprise Education.

Year 10; Health and Wellbeing, Human Rights, Politics, Crime and Careers.

Year 11; Health and Wellbeing, Ethics, Careers, and Media.



No external assessment required, however student’s performance is reported home to parents.

Performance is accessed through teacher, peer and self-assessment and end of Key Stage statements are used to inform the assessment process.

Additional opportunities

The course involves a number of guest speakers who help to deliver topics giving students vital input from a number of specialists.

Skills Developed

A variety of skills are developed throughout the course including; communication skills, presentation skills, group work, individual written tasks and debate. Students also have opportunities to gather information and develop skills to help choose future career paths.

For more information

Mr D Morgan

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