The aim of the PSHCE curriculum is to teach our young people how to be healthy, happy and safe individuals who know how to forge positive relationships built on mutual respect whilst equipping them with the skills they need to function effectively within society. The PSHCE curriculum is designed to enable students to learn powerful knowledge that will enable them to live their best lives, broaden their horizons and respect and value all people. They will learn how to keep themselves and others safe and healthy and how to manage their own responses, behaviour and relationships. Students will learn about diversity, equality and inclusion and how to recognise stereotyping, prejudice, discrimination and extremism and the harms they cause. During all PSHCE sessions there is an emphasis on creating a safe and inclusive environment where everyone is valued, and students feel able to express themselves.

An important part of the PSHCE curriculum is the opportunity to engage with outside agencies who regularly come into school to work with students and help them to understand the different aspects of life in the 21st century.

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