Introduction to PSHE & Citizenship

Personal Social and Health Education and Citizenship

Department Staff

Mrs J Titchen – Subject Leader

Mrs D Williams – Teaching Assistant

 

Overview

Key Stage 3:

At Southbrook, all pupils receive two lessons a week of PSHE & Citizenship. Our aim in these subjects is to ensure that all our pupils learn how to be physically and mentally healthy, to make and maintain good relationships, to understand the dangers of drugs, alcohol and cigarettes and how to keep their selves safe.

What will I Learn?

  • How to stay safe

  • How to be healthy

  • How to get on with each other

 

Key Stage 4:

In Key Stage 4 pupil’s complete qualifications provided by AQA . Through this course pupils study seven modules:

drugs education

sex and relationship education

personal finance

emotional well being

healthy lifestyles

personal safety

being a critical consumer.

 

Assessment details

AQA qualifications are assessed via coursework with pupils building a portfolio of evidence.

AQA unit awards are assessed by the class teacher. Pupils need to demonstrate that they can complete each outcome by producing a portfolio of work.

 

Key Words

A list of PSHE & Citizenship Key Words is at the bottom of this page.