PSHE at Heath Park Assembly Program Tutorial Program

PSHE at Heath Park Assembly Program Tutorial Program

PSHE at Heath Park Assembly Program Tutorial Program External Providers Subject-specific Curriculum input PSHE Provision DfE Statutory Guidance extract To embrace the challenges of creating a happy and successful adult life, pupils need knowledge that will enable them to make informed decisions about their wellbeing, health and relationships and to build their selfefficacy. Pupils can also put this knowledge into practice as they develop the capacity to make sound decisions when facing risks, challenges and complex contexts. Everyone faces difficult situations in their lives. These subjects can support young people to develop resilience, to know how and when to ask for help, and to know where to access support. High quality, evidence-based and age-appropriate teaching of these subjects can help prepare pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life The Relationships Education, Relationships and Sex Education and Health Education (England) Regulations 2019, made under sections 34 and 35 of the Children and Social Work Act 2017, make Relationships Education compulsory for all pupils receiving primary education and Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) compulsory Subject-specific for all pupils receiving secondary education.

Curriculum input Full details can be accessed here: https:// www.gov.uk/government/publications/relationships-education-relationships-and-sex-education-rse-and-healt h-education?utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery The Department for Education have published parental guidance which can be accessed on our website. Statutory PSHE Key FAQs Source: PSHE Association What are the new requirements? The Health Education and Relationships Education (primary) and the secondary Relationships and Sex Education (RSE) aspects of PSHE education will be compulsory in all schools from 2020. New statutory guidance outlines what schools must cover though not everything that schools should cover in PSHE from 2020. The Department for Education (DfE) says: All elements of PSHE are important and the government continues to recommend PSHE be taught in schools. Relationships and Health and Wellbeing are just two of the three core themes of the PSHE Education Programme of Study KS 1 - 5. The third Living in the Wider World includes economic wellbeing and careers education, and should continue to be prioritised. How can schools meet these requirements effectively and efficiently?

Schools should be assured that the health and RSE requirements simply outline which parts of PSHE will be compulsory for all schools. Many schools are well on the way to delivering these commitments. 85% of schools already teach PSHE that covers health and relationship s . The new requirements are about a levelling up of PSHE standards across all schools. Education secretary Damian Hinds says that schools covering health and relationships education successfully through PSHE should continue to do so. What does the new statutory guidance cover? The statutory guidance for Health Education, Relationships Educatio n and RSE covers broad areas of particular relevance and concern to young people today. It should ensure that every child is guaranteed a PSHE education that covers mental health and wellbeing, physical health (including healthy lifestyles and first aid) and learning about safe, healthy relationships, including understanding consent and negotiating life online. Schools should not just teach to the guidance however, but see it as the basic requirement which forms part of broader PSHE education So schools should still teach economic wellbeing and careers through PSHE? Yes, the government has not yet made the economic wellbeing and preparation for work strands of

PSHE education compulsory but schools should continue to prioritise this area of PSHE education . . . . . . otherwise the personal aspects of economic wellbeing will be lost. PSHE complements the financial education covered through Citizenship and Maths, but is the subject through which the personal aspects of economic wellbeing for example understanding personal debt, positive/negative debt, being entrepreneurial and careers education are covered. Health, relationships, economic wellbeing and having the knowledge and skills for successful careers are all linked. PSHE is the glue that binds them together. PSHE gathers all of these aspects of preparing for modern life together into a coherent curriculum subject. Although the careers education element of PSHE is not yet statutory, it remains the vehicle through which schools can best ensure they meet many of the Gatsby benchmarks within the careers strategy. And DfE data reflects this, showing that the most common approach to careers education was delivery through PSHE lessons (87%), so schools should not undo what they are doing well in this area. Key Stage 3 PSHE overview 2019/20 Autumn 1 Form & assembly focus: Health & Wellbeing Extended form: 7th October Informed choices for better health Autumn 2 Form & assembly focus: The Wider World

Extended form: 5th November Being Enterprising Summer 2 Form & assembly focus: The Wider World Extended form: 26th June Financial decisions Spring 1 Form & assembly focus: Relationships Extended form: 22nd January Respecting each other Summer 1 Form & assembly focus: Relationships Spring 2 Form & assembly focus: Health & Wellbeing Extended form: 2nd April Informed lifestyle choices Subject-specific Curriculum input

Physical health and mental wellbeing KS3 & 4 Topic 1: M ental well being and y t e f a s t rne e t n I : 2 c Topi harms Topic 4: H ealthy eati ng

Topic 6: Health & prevention and h t l a e h l a c i s Topic 3: Phy fitness Topic 7 : Basic first ai d ol & h o c

l a , s g u r Topic 5: D tobacco Topic 8: Changin g adolescent body Relationships and sex education KS3 & 4 Topic 1: F amilies Topic 3: Online and media al u x e s d n

a e t a lth a e h l a Topic 5: Intim u x e s ding u l c n i , s p i h s

relation , s p i h s n o elati r l u tf c e p es R : 2 c i p o T

ips h s d n e i r f including Topic 4: B eing safe The Wider World KS3 & 4 Core value s & attitude s Information, advice & guidance Personal goals Employment

Rights & Responsibilities Money & financia l capability Discrimination & diversity Consumer Rights Useful links https://www.pshe-association.org.uk/ http://www.wolverhamptonhealthyschools.org.uk/ Embrace Sexual Health Services, Wolverhampton: www.royalwolverhampton.nhs.uk/services/ service-directory-a-z/sexual-health/ (Local sexual health information) Disrespect Nobody - www.disrespectnobody.co.uk (National Campaign around keeping safe, consent and healthy relationships) NSPCC www.nspcc.org.uk Barnados www.barnados.org.uk (Charity offering guidance around CSE and keeping young people safe) Subject-specific Kids Health www.kidshealth.org Curriculum input CEOP www.thinkuknow.co.uk (Online Safety) Mermaids http://www.mermaidsuk.org.uk/ (Raise awareness about gender issues amongst professionals and the general public. Support for children and young people and their families.)

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