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Key Stage 3 PSHE
aim of PSHE is to prepare children for the opportunities, responsibilities and
experiences of adult life.
is a planned programme of learning through which children and young people
acquire the knowledge, understanding and skills they need to manage their lives
in such rapidly changing times. As part of a whole school approach, PSHE
develops the qualities and attributes pupils need to thrive as individuals,
family members and members of society.
is often learnt in a practical manner, using real life scenarios. The benefits to pupils of such an approach are
numerous, and will help them to feel safe
and secure enough to fulfil their academic potential.
PSHE, children should be given the chance to develop the skills they need to:
Take and share responsibility.
Feel positive about themselves.
Take part in discussions.
Make real choices.
Meet and talk with people from a wide
variety of backgrounds and areas of PSHE.
Develop relationships through work
Consider social and moral dilemmas
encountered in everyday life.
Ask for help.
Equip pupils to be personally and
Develop pupils’ self-esteem and
Prepare pupils for the challenges,
choices and responsibility of work and employment and lifelong learning.
Empower pupils to participate in
their communities as active citizens and to develop a global perspective.
Assist pupils to live healthy and
Foster and encourage positive
attitudes and behaviour towards the environment and the principles of
sustainable development locally, nationally and globally.
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