The PHSE Curriculum, guided by the Gospel values, provides practical advice and experiences that enable pupils to become happy and successful individuals who can make a positive contribution to society. By focusing on the three key areas of 'Health and Well-Being', 'Living in the Wider world' and 'Relationships', we equip our pupils with the skills and knowledge they will need to meet the challenges of our diverse and increasingly complex world.
Year 7-11 pupils engage with PSHE along with Citizenship and the Careers Curriculum predominantly in their Form time and through the wider School Curriculum. The organisation of our House and form systems ensures that all pupils learn about these important topics in a supportive learning environment. We also include break out days, when specific year groups are taken off the timetable to learn about age specific issues. These include: year 7, 8 and 9 Relationships education, Year 8 Crime and Punishment day, Year 9, 10 and 11 drugs and alcohol awareness and Year 11 Working Skills Day.