Year 10 — PSHCE

Term 1: Health & Wellbeing

Mental health and ill health, stigma, safeguarding health, including during periods of transition or change.

self-assessment

  • Spiritual
  • Moral
  • Social
  • Cultural

Develop the individual:

In this unit, students will learn how to manage challenges during adolescence • how to reframe negative thinking • strategies to promote mental health and emotional wellbeing • about the signs of emotional or mental ill-health • how to access support and treatment • about the portrayal of mental health in the media • how to challenge stigma, stereotypes and misinformation

Create a supportive community:

At key stage 4, students deepen knowledge and understanding, extend and rehearse skills, and further explore attitudes, values and attributes acquired during key stage 3. PSHE education reflects the fact that students are moving towards an independent role in adult life, taking on greater responsibility for themselves and others.

Term 2: Living Responsibly

In this term, students will acquire knowledge about how to better manage their time effectively and living sustainable. They will also explore the effects and consequences of homelessness, binge-drinking, tattoos and hate crime.

self-assessment

  • Spiritual
  • Moral
  • Social
  • Cultural

Develop the individual:

Teaching character is an important aspect in this unit and students will be able to develop their sense of living responsibly in the real word.

Create a supportive community:

At key stage 4, students deepen knowledge and understanding, extend and rehearse skills, and further explore attitudes, values and attributes acquired during key stage 3. PSHE education reflects the fact that students are moving towards an independent role in adult life, taking on greater responsibility for themselves and others.

Term 3 & 4: Wider World

Work experience

Preparation for and evaluation of work experience and readiness for work

self-assessment

  • Spiritual
  • Moral
  • Social
  • Cultural

Develop the individual:

The student will be able to learn how to evaluate strengths and interests in relation to career development • about opportunities in learning and work • strategies for overcoming challenges or adversity • about responsibilities in the workplace • how to manage practical problems and health and safety • how to maintain a positive personal presence online • how to evaluate and build on the learning from work experience

Create a supportive community:

At key stage 4, students deepen knowledge and understanding, extend and rehearse skills, and further explore attitudes, values and attributes acquired during key stage 3. PSHE education reflects the fact that students are moving towards an independent role in adult life, taking on greater responsibility for themselves and others.

Term 4: Wider World

Addressing extremism and radicalisation, understanding fake news and challenging extremism as well as exploring the criminal justice system. Students will also look at money laundering and racism.

self-assessment

  • Spiritual
  • Moral
  • Social
  • Cultural

Develop the individual:

The individual will learn to think realistically and be educated about differentiating between issues true of nature and those that may impact misinformation. They will apply this to the wider world by exploring the effects these issues have on real communities.

Create a supportive community:

At key stage 4, students deepen knowledge and understanding, extend and rehearse skills, and further explore attitudes, values and attributes acquired during key stage 3. PSHE education reflects the fact that students are moving towards an independent role in adult life, taking on greater responsibility for themselves and others.

Term 5 & 6: Relationships

Healthy relationships and sex expectations, myths, pleasure and challenges, including the impact of the media and pornography

self-assessment

  • Spiritual
  • Moral
  • Social
  • Cultural

Develop the individual:

the student will gain understanding about relationship values and the role of pleasure in relationships • about myths, assumptions, misconceptions and social norms about sex, gender and relationships • about the opportunities and risks of forming and conducting relationships online • how to manage the impact of the media and pornography on sexual attitudes, expectations and behaviours

Create a supportive community:

At key stage 4, students deepen knowledge and understanding, extend and rehearse skills, and further explore attitudes, values and attributes acquired during key stage 3. PSHE education reflects the fact that students are moving towards an independent role in adult life, taking on greater responsibility for themselves and others.

Term 6: Relationships

Healthy relationships and sex expectations, myths, pleasure and challenges, including same sex relationships, gender and transgender, sexism, parenting and community cohesion.

self-assessment

  • Spiritual
  • Moral
  • Social
  • Cultural

Develop the individual:

The individual will develop comprehension about the ethical and legal implications in relation to consent, including manipulation, coercion, and capacity to consent • how to recognise and respond to pressure, coercion and exploitation, including reporting and accessing appropriate support • how to recognise and challenge victim blaming • about sexuality, same sex relationships, as well as gender, trans-identitiy and the links to sexism, parenting and community cohesion.

Create a supportive community:

At key stage 4, students deepen knowledge and understanding, extend and rehearse skills, and further explore attitudes, values and attributes acquired during key stage 3. PSHE education reflects the fact that students are moving towards an independent role in adult life, taking on greater responsibility for themselves and others.