PSHRE/Citizenship Programme of Study 

All year groups follow a programme of study for PSHRE/Citizenship which includes Religious education, Personal Social and Health Education (including Sex and Drug education) and Citizenship. The topics are studied on a rolling programme across all year groups and can be taught as stand-alone PSHE or can be combined e.g. PSHRE which will look at issues from a religious and secular viewpoint. Citizenship is taught as a stand-alone topic and is taught to all year groups.

Assembly and form time also support the PSHRE/Citizenship programme, Assemblies, Pause for thought and RE in form time link into the programme of study as well as reflecting issues that arise in the college. The PSHRE department also have a twitter account that ‘tweets’ information on religious festivals and inspirational quotes you can follow us

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All staff who deliver sensitive topics are trained to do so and if parents have any questions or concerns about the topics studied they should contact the school and we would be glad to discuss this with you. More detailed information about the topics covered can be found on the following pages.

PSHRE/Citizenship Key Stage 3

PSHRE/Citizenship Key Stage 4

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