RP, Global Citizenship, PSHEe & Child Development
Religious Philosophy, Global Citizenship and PSHEe are all about you, your understanding of others and the role you play in the world. The small dedicated team of Religious Philosophy, Global Citizenship and PSHEe teachers work to ensure that you are inspired through creative lessons to enable you to develop (spiritual, moral, social and cultural) as an individual in a safe environment. Questioning is at the heart of the curriculum and you will be asked your point of view on a variety of issues, questioned on your opinion on various issues and encouraged to use your voice! British values weave into the majority of your studies.
Keeping up to date with contemporary issues is essential. You can do this by watching the news and reading newspapers - otherwise the world will pass you by without you even knowing it!
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In Religious Philosophy
we encourage our students to reflect upon their own religious or non-religious beliefs and learn about and from others. We want our students to be inspired and be challenged. Read more
is all about you and the role you play in the world. It is about your rights and responsibilities, your actions and decisions and the impact you can have on the right here and right now. In Global Citizenship you will be asked your point of view on a variety of issues, questioned on your opinion on various issues and encouraged to use your voice! Read more
All pupils follow our ‘Lifestyle for Learning’ programme. This covers a variety of topics, including how their brains work, dealing with stress, healthy living, personal finance, drugs and alcohol, and sex and relationship education including sexual consent and FGM. The lessons are engaging and provide pupils with key information to make informed decisions in life. The curriculum is well resourced with some materials coming from the Gloucestershire Healthy Living and Lifestyles team, the PSHEe association and Stonewall.
In KS3, pupils cover PSHEe within their Citizenship
lessons, whilst in KS4 they have one PSHEe lesson a fortnight.
KS4 Child Development
GCSE Child Development provides pupils with the opportunities to develop knowledge, understanding and skills in relation to the roles and responsibilities of the family. Read more