PHSE Overview

teenage girls

Autumn Term 2017

Fortnight beginning

Title

4/9/17

 

             A   new academic year.  All year groups.

 

 Get to know your class. Who and what inspires you. Can you explain why? What difficulties were encountered and how were they overcome?  Is there something that you can do which would be inspiring?

 

18/9/17

 

            Drugs and Alcohol

7

To identify a range of legal and illegal drugs, their risks and effects

 

 8  To explore different situations involving legal and illegal drugs

  9  To know which legal and illegal drugs are most commonly used by young people

To have explored how different people may view the use of drugs

To have been able to listen to one another and discuss views

10     Consider consequences of using legal and illegal drugs

 

11      Recognise the influences and pressures on young people in relation to drug use

 

2/10/17

 

 

                       Drugs and Alcohol

7

To understand the effects, risks and law relating to cannabis

8  To consider the physical, emotional and social effects of using drugs

9  To understand the law relating to drug supply and possession

To have considered how drug use and the law impact on a drug user’s friends and family

10      Recognise and manage risk in relation to drug and alcohol use

11      Explore the impact of drinking and drug use on different sectors of society

 

16/10/17

(week B is after half term, w/b 30th Oct Feast Day)

 

            Drugs and Alcohol

 

7  

To understand the risk of volatile substance abuse (VSA)

8  To be aware of the risks involved in drug use and know how to get help, support and advice in drug related situations.

9  To understand the meaning of binge drinking

To have considered the physical, emotional and social effects of binge drinking

To practise giving advice to other young people about drinking too much

      

10      Understand how the use of drugs and alcohol can affect sexual health

11     Consider how drugs and alcohol can affect personal relationships

 

 

6/11/17

 

 

Bullying  (including bullying survey at end of lesson)

7   Define and identify effects of bullying

8   Define and identify effects of bullying

9   Define and identify effects of bullying

10  Define and identify effects of bullying *

11  ROA

20/11/17

 

 

Bullying

7    Evaluate different ways to combat bullying

8    Evaluate different ways to combat bullying

9    Evaluate different ways to combat bullying

10   Evaluate different ways to combat bullying

11   ROA

4/12/17

 

 

Internet safety

7   Discuss our digital footprint and effects of social media

8   Discuss our digital footprint and effects of social media

9   Discuss our digital footprint and effects of social media

10 Discuss our digital footprint and effects of social media

11  ROA completion*

18/12/17

(week B is after the Christmas holidays w/b 8th Jan – school starts Friday 5th Jan)

 

Possibility of motivational speakers delivering to yrs 9, 10 and 11

             Inspiration – the new year

 

7     Thinking about the future (Career Pilot)

8     Making Choices for KS4 (Careers)

9     Select a realistic goal based on inspirations

10    Select a realistic goal based on inspirations

11    Select a realistic goal based on inspirations

15/1/18

 

              Relationships and Sex Education

 

7     Know about male and female body parts

 and to know what physical and emotional changes take place during puberty

8      Know there are different kinds of relationships, including sexual relationships and consider what makes a positive relationship

9      Recognise and manage risk and make safer choices about healthy lifestyles

10     Consider the effect of self esteem, including body image, has on relationships

11      Consider the issues involved in making sex safe

29/1/18

 

               Relationships and Sex Education

 

7      Consider how feelings change during puberty and how to manage them

8      Understand about the process of conception*

9      Consider some contraceptive options and whether or not they protect against STIs

10     Consider and practise assertiveness and negotiation skills in the context of sexual relationships

11     Examine the issues raised of unwanted pregnancy and how to get help

19/2/18

 

                Relationships and Sex Education

 

7     Explore how young people can manage the changes and experiences in a positive way

8     Understand and explore information about contraception*

9      Consider how condoms protect against conception and some STIs    

10     Seek professional advice confidently

11      Consider the difference between positive and negative sexual relationships

5/3/18

 

 

Rites of passage

7    Define a rite of passage. Give examples of this by considering your family’s lives.

8    Birth

9    Marriage

10   Explain discuss rites of pages within different religions (incl FGM)

11    Explain rites of passage within different cultures (incl FGM)

19/3/18

 LGBTQ

7   Discuss how attitudes re prejudice have changed over recent years

8   Discuss how attitudes re prejudice have changed over recent years

9  Discuss how attitudes re prejudice have changed over recent years

10 Discuss how attitudes re prejudice have changed over recent years

11  Discuss how attitudes re prejudice have changed over recent years

 

 

PHSE Summer Term 2018

Date

Title

16/4/18

 

           Mental Health

 

7  Discuss the challenges faced by people suffering from mental health issues and different ways of support.

8 Discuss the challenges faced by people suffering from mental health issues and different ways of support.

9    Discuss the challenges faced by people suffering from mental health issues and different ways of support.

10 Discuss the challenges faced by people suffering from mental health issues and different ways of support.

11 Discuss the challenges faced by people suffering from mental health issues and different ways of support.

30/4/18

 

 

 

 

 

              Finance

 

7    Is pay fair? Why is there such a gap between  high and low earners?

8    How is public money raised and spent?

9    Should payday lenders be outlawed, strictly controlled or allowed to operate freely?

10   Should everyone have a right to a bank account?

11   Consumer rights – are most of us in the dark?

14/5/18

 

 

 

             Finance

 

7    Is pay fair? Why is there such a gap between  high and low earners?

8    How is public money raised and spent?

9    Should payday lenders be outlawed, strictly controlled or allowed to operate freely?

10   Should everyone have a right to a bank account?

11   Consumer rights – are most of us in the dark?

4/6/18

 

Year 11 will be revising/taking exams from now

          Religious Education

 

Islamophobia

7     Define Islamophobia

8     Explain the origination of Islamophobia

9     Discuss what it is like to be a Muslim

10   Interrogate how to combat racism

18/6/18

             Healthy Lifestyle

 

7   How does food and drink effect our bodies?

8   Discuss the effects of smoking.

9   What makes a healthy lifestyle?

10  What makes a healthy lifestyle?

2/7/18

Work experience/Enrichment week

Week B only as Week A: pupils off curriculum

 9            Terrorism - Why is this week significant?

 

7     Discuss the challenges faced by governments in combatting terrorism

8    Discuss the challenges faced by governments in combatting terrorism

9     Discuss the challenges faced by governments in combatting terrorism

10     Discuss the challenges faced by governments in combatting terrorism

Consideration of PREVENT required. Key Points raised with all students

16/7/18

Week A only as pupils finish on 20th July

               Beach Safety – highly pertinent for our young people living near the water during the summer holidays

 

7  Discuss preventative actions so as to remain safe when in and near the water

8  Discuss preventative actions so as to remain safe when in and near the water

9    Discuss preventative actions so as to remain safe when in and near the water

10  Discuss preventative actions so as to remain safe when in and near the water

 


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