Personal, Social, Health and Economic Education encompasses all aspects of the school curriculum to promote a student’s personal and social development.
Within the school timetable there is dedicated PSHEE time. PSHEE is taught weekly by tutors, by the School Health Centre nurses, by visiting speakers and as part of a collapsed timetable day of workshops.
There are three strands: relationships, living in the wider world and health and well-being. The first two are covered within allocated PSHEE time and the SPW department covers most of the third.
The syllabus structure follows the PSHEE association curriculum.
As pupils progress through the school they revisit topics in greater depth, providing them with age appropriate strategies and resources.