Personal, Social, Health and Economic education is known as PSHE. It consists of a number of interrelated themes of which the principal threads are:
- Health and wellbeing
- Sex and relationship education (SRE)
- Drug and alcohol education
- Economic wellbeing
- British values
- Raising aspirations and career guidance
- Personal and social skills development including staying safe.
- Building Resilience
Our curriculum is designed to improve the students’ self-worth through the experience of success and involvement in Centre life.
- understand and embrace change, responsibility, and wellbeing.
- develop the skills needed to play an understanding role in public life, communities and society.
- respect diversity, democracy, traditions, culture, the law and human rights.
- be enterprising and to develop a can do attitude.
- be able to manage money, recognise financial risk and reward.
- create a positive sense of self, and a healthy lifestyle.
- be able to understand different relationships including parenting skills, and to be able to deal with pressure and emotions
- develop the skills that will improve the employability of our students; helping them to successfully move onto the next stage of their lives, be it college, apprenticeships an occupation etc.
The Lead for PSHE is Lyn De La Fuente.