KS3 PSHE

PSE KS3 Curriculum Map

Year

Autumn Term

Spring Term

Summer Term

7

Content:

Settling in and getting to know each of the Ricards School Values

Skills:

Developing relationships, working with others, self awareness and managing feelings

Content:

Awareness of my employability skills, and introduction to money management

Skills:

Self-development and exploration, decision making

Content:

Health and wellbeing through puberty, and navigating the media

Skills:

Self awareness, decision making and making informed choices, analysis of media content and awareness of online identity

8

Content:

Rights and Responsibilities

Skills:

Critical thinking and enquiry, advocacy and representation

Content:

Personal wellbeing, and evaluating lifestyles

Skills:

Decision making and managing risk, critical reflection, developing relationships, working with others.

Content:

Managing money, and staying safe in life and online

Skills:

Decision making, development of personal online  safety

9

Content:

Crime and punishment

Skills:

Critical thinking and enquiry, advocacy and representation and taking informed and responsible action.

Content:

Sex and Relationships Education (SRE)

Skills:

Decision making and managing risk, developing relationships, working with others

Content:

Careers – preparing for transition

Skills:

Self development and career exploration

Course Text Books/Websites: 

Students are supplied with course materials which they can add to and develop during lessons.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools

http://www.teachitcitizenship.co.uk/

http://www.channel4learning.com/support/programmenotes/pshe

Additional Materials/Equipment required:

Pens, pencils and dictionary

Home Support:

Help can be given by asking your daughter about the various topics covered in PSHE, and encouraging her to make sensible choices in terms of staying safe whilst on the internet, enjoying a healthy lifestyle, establishing and maintaining positive relationships and reinforcing some of the qualities, attitudes and skills needed for employability. Year 9 is certainly the time for young people to start researching the types of careers that would be available and suitable. Your daughter should be encouraged to talk about goals, and discuss employment prospects. This would help her to see a relevance to school and learning, and assist in increasing motivation to succeed. Students are encouraged to relate their learning in PSE to their experiences outside of school and promote the fundamental British Values of society.

Teacher in charge of PSE Years 7-10: Ms R Doherty