PSCHEE

Key Stage 3

No. of lessons per fortnight Frequency and length of homework Additional learning opportunities e.g. clubs, speakers, visits, residential … Department support e.g. intervention classes, revision classes … Additional guidance for parents e.g. exam board info, websites to support revision, books to read, useful places to visit …
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Term 1: 8

Term 2: 6

Term 3: 5

Students will be requested throughout the year to do wider reading and encouraged to watch documentaries throughout the year to support different topics. Year 7

CPR training for all students

Buddy training

RJA Training: Restorative Justice Ambassadors

Primary ambassadors.

Drama workshop – ‘The Welcoming Party’ by The Manchester International Festival.

Charity: Guide Dogs for the Blind, Royal British Legion: Poppy Appeal, Hampers for the Elderly, Daffodil

Appeal: Marie Curie

Year 8

CPR training for all students

Switch On Delivery

Charity: Guide Dogs for the Blind, Royal British Legion: Poppy Appeal, Hampers for the Elderly, Daffodil

Appeal: Marie Curie

Year 9

CPR training for all students

Switch On Delivery

Marshalls: Women in Construction.

Hate Crime Conference

Greater Manchester Higher : NCOP Projects

Charity: Guide Dogs for the Blind, Royal British Legion: Poppy Appeal, Hampers for the Elderly, Daffodil

Appeal: Marie Curie

All form tutors deliver the PSCHEE curriculum each fortnight. At some occasions throughout the year classes are amalgamated and taught in single sex groupings to suit to nature of the topic.

Form time activities support all aspects of the PSCHEE curriculum

Support assistants are deployed to support students and classes who require additional help.

Students from year 9 onwards have access to allocated careers interviews organised by Mr Langford and delivered by Connexions

The school assembly policy supports and reinforces messages from the PSCHEE curriculum and the 7Rs

The Derby High School is usually requested to take part in various pilot schemes offered from different organisations and charities which will change from year to year. Previous pilots have included: Counter terrorism Training, Domestic Violence productions and workshops, Victim Support programme empowering students to make the right choices.

Early Break : support and help related to drug and alcohol use.

www.safeguardingburychildren.org : website for all aspects of safeguarding concerns in Bury.

MASH ; Bury Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub Telephone 0161 253 5678, 0161 253 6606 (Emergency out of hours) Childwellbeing@bury.gov.uk www.bury.gov.uk

Victim Support: www.victimsupport.org.uk Lesley Davidson: Emotional Health and Well Being Coordinator Children’s Services 3 Knowsley place Duke St BL9 0EJ Bury 0161-253-5884

Key Stage 4

No. of lessons per fortnight Additional learning opportunities e.g. clubs, speakers, visits, residential … Additional guidance for parents e.g. exam board info, websites to support revision, books to read, useful places to visit …
X1

Term 1: 8

Term 2: 6

Term 3: 5

Year 10

Switch On Delivery

Aspirational Leadership Spirit Residential

Manchester University Wise Up Summer School

Peer Mentor Programme

Holocaust Memorial Tribute

Hate Crime Conference

Greater Manchester Higher : NCOP Projects

Marshalls (local business) works with identified students delivering sessions, workshop s and onsite visits

Barclays Bank: financial workshops

Year 11

 

Bury College Talks

Holy Cross Talks

Apprenticeship Talks NCS (National Citizen Service)

Barclays Bank: Student Finance Talks

Greater Manchester Higher: NCOP Projects

Bury College: Revision workshops

Charity: Guide Dogs for the Blind, Royal British Legion: Poppy Appeal, Hampers for the Elderly, Daffodil

Appeal: Marie Curie

Bury College: www.burycollege.ac.uk

Holy Cross Sixth Form: www.holycross.ac.uk

Connexions Address: 3 Knowsley Place, Bury BL9 0EJ Phone: 0161 253 7733