Beaconsfield High School

Beaconsfield High School

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PSHCE

The school uses this subject to promote students’ personal, social, emotional and economic development.  It includes:  

  • Promote emotional wellbeing.
  • Promote difference and acceptance.
  • Allow students to learn about topics of a sensitive nature without fear of judgement, stigma or embarrassment.
  • Work alongside the wider school community including the Heads of Learning (Pastoral team), School Matron as well as external agencies, professionals and other mentors/advisors.
  • Help to develop the qualities and attributes needed to thrive as individuals, family members and members of both the school and wider society, including taking responsibility for their own behaviour and showing initiative.
  • Provide the knowledge, understanding and skills needed to manage lives now and in the future.
  • Allow all students to contribute and benefit from learning and discussions.
  • Help students to support one another and themselves as they grow and learn  

PSHCE is delivered to each year group in a series of themed drop down days so as to have the greatest impact; the topics covered are in line with the PSHE Association Programmes of Study: Health and Well-being, Relationships and Living in the Wider World