Batchwood School: Make Everyday Count

Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship (PHSCE)

All students are taught during Form time by their form tutors.  They are taught using the Secondary Integrated PHSCE Toolkit.

The syllabus over key stages 3 & 4 includes units that will look at Personal Wellbeing, Economic Wellbeing and Citizenship.

Personal Wellbeing

  • Personal Identities
  • Healthy Lifestyles
  • Risk
  • Relationships
  • Diversity

Economic Wellbeing

  • Career
  • Capability
  • Risk
  • Economic understanding

Citizenship

  • Democracy and justice
  • Rights and Responsibilities
  • Identities and diversity living together in the UK

The curriculum is intended to help students with critical reflection, decision-making and managing risk, developing relationships and working with others, self-development, exploration, enterprise, financial capability, critical thinking and enquiry, advocacy and representation and taking informed and responsible action.

The curriculum is also designed help students develop their personal, learning and thinking skills and the Social and Emotional Aspects of Learning for Secondary Schools.  It harnesses cross curriculum dimensions such as identity and cultural diversity, healthy lifestyles, community participation, enterprise, sustainable futures and the global dimension, technology and the media and creative and critical thinking.