PSHE

All students follow a Personal, Social, Health Education programme. Topics are covered through lessons that are taught by teaching staff. Some topics are covered on our off timetable health days by external specialists and teaching staff. PSHE and health days are regularly reviewed to reflect current legislation and community awareness.

Year 7

British Values

Equality

Diversity

Careers

Introduction to careers

Skills

Legalities

Current Affairs

Certificates/ratings in  media

Impact of violent video games

Watershed

Illegal activity online

FGM Learning about the law
Health

Healthy lifestyle

Food groups

Balanced diet

Exercise

Hygiene

Drugs and alcohol

Puberty

Sex Education

Health Relationships

Friendship

characteristics

starting friendships

manners

Internet Safety

Use of the internet

Dangers of the internet

Grooming

Chat rooms

Rights and Responsibilities

School responsibility

R&R as individual

Safety

Water

Roads

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Emotional wellbeing

Emotions and puberty

Work Related Learning

Stereotyping

Equality in work

Year 8

British Values

Respect

Tolerance of faith and beliefs

Careers

U explore

Skills and careers

How subjects related to careers

Banking

Budgeting

What work is

Current Affairs

Stereotypes

Representation of women

Health

Immunisations

Risks

Body image

Healthy Relationships

Friendship

Community

Relationships

Sex Education

Internet

Grooming

Cyber bullying

E safety – friendship

Rights and Responsibilities

Environment

Food wastage

Global warming and climate change

Safety

Fireworks

Dangers around the home

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Bereavement and grief

Death

Resilience

Work Related Learning

Saving money

Borrowing money

Year 9

British Values

Britishness

Extremism

Radicalisation

Honour based violence

Amnesty International

Human rights

Careers

Higher education

Pay scales

Deductions to salaries

FGM

Where it happens

Health risks

Health Eating disorders
Healthy Relationships

CSE

Respect

Law and sex

Internet

Grooming

Cyber bulling and law

Safety Sun
Mental Health and Wellbeing

Dealing with difficult emotions

Mindfulness

Mental Health

Work Related Learning

Why we work

Financial risk (e.g. gambling)

Year 10

British Values

Diversity

Multicultural society

Extremism

Terrorism

Equality

Prejudice

Stereotype

Discrimination

Inequality (e.g. of racism)

Careers

Skills needed in workplace

Important phone calls

Letter writing for work experience

Current Affairs

Media and radicalisation/extremism

Feminism (role of celeb)

Women in media

Sexualisation of images

Pornography

FGM

Myths

Where it happens

Case studies

Health

Body image

Self esteem

Health checks (breast / smear)

Smoking

Alcohol

Healthy Relationships

CSE

Parenting

-Role of parent

-Ways of becoming a parent

-Financial

Safety

Gangs

Bullying

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Emotional wellbeing

Stress

Self esteem

Relaxation techniques

Work Related Learning

Saving money

Bank statements

Identity theft

LGBT Homophobic bullying

Year 11

Careers

Unifrog

CV’s

Interviews

Pathways

Exams

How the brain works

Exam techniques

Revision techniques

Health

Alcohol

Drugs (law and effects)

Healthy Relationships Being female and equality
Rights and Responsibilities

Ideology

Political parties

Democracy

Pressure groups

House of commons and lords

Parliament and government

Laws

Mental Health and Wellbeing

Stress

Relaxation techniques

Mindfulness

Work Related Learning

Pay slips

Managing money

Renting and buying a house

Health Days

Each year students will take part in a health day. These days form an important part of the PSHE curriculum which aims to promote healthy, responsible choices for students by providing them with factual information about a variety of topics. The sessions have been chosen as we feel they are relevant issues to the students; our hope is that they will feel informed throughout the day and also equipped to deal with issues explored.

Students will carousel round a series of workshops. The sessions will take place in school, during school hours. Sessions will be taught by visitors and/or KNGS staff. Students will have a member of the school’s teaching staff with them at all times in the classrooms for all sessions. Each session will last approximately 50 minutes.

Year 7

Year 8

Year 9

Year 10

Year 11

Curriculum Map

PSHE calendar all years 2020-21