PSHE education at KLB is the subject through which pupils develop the knowledge, skills and attributes they need to keep themselves healthy and safe, and prepared for life and work in Modern Britain
Key Stage 3 – PSHE
In Year 7 PSHE will focus on transition and safety, developing skills and aspirations, diversity, health and puberty, building relationships and financial decisions.
In Year 8 PSHE will focus on Drugs and alcohol, community and careers, discrimination, emotional wellbeing, identity and relationships and digital literacy
In Year 9 PSHE will focus on Peer influence, substance use and gangs, setting goals, respectful relationships, healthy relationships, intimate relationships and employability skills
Key Stage 4 – Health, Wellbeing and Citizenship Education (HWC)
All students will follow a two year course, based on personal and economic health and wellbeing, structured as a rotation around these areas of study:
Health and Wellbeing – Covering mental health, role models, risks of drugs and alcohol, dealing with stress and taking responsibility for health choices.
Living in the wider world – Covering the risks associated with gambling, healthy finances, preparation for work experience, understanding of college applications and wider skills.
Relationships – Covering sex education, managing relationship myths and expectations, managing the challenges of relationships including breakups, different families and parenting skills, managing grief and bereavement, tackling issues of domestic abuse and forced marriage and challenging extremism and radicalisation.
Mrs L Watts
Head of KS3 PSHE
Mr A Jones
Head of KS4 Health, Wellbeing and Citizenship Education (HWC)
Miss K Williams
Mr R Meredith
Mr J Waugh
Mrs C Landeg
Mrs A Tyrell
Mr S Popham
Mrs C Rolleston
Mr T Andrews
Mr L Grenfell-Williams
Mr R Warren
Miss R Fowles
Mr V Le Goascoz