PSCHE SoL Overview 2020

What is PSCHE?

P- Personal

S- Social

C- Citizenship

H- Health

E- Economic

PSCHE education equips young people with knowledge, understanding, attitudes and practical skills to live healthy, safe, productive, fulfilled, capable and responsible lives. It encourages them to be enterprising and supports them in making effective transitions, positive learning and career choices and in managing their finances effectively. Through the PSCHE curriculum at Kirkby College, students are able to reflect on and clarify their own values and attitudes, and explore the complex and sometimes conflicting range of values and attitudes they encounter now and in the future.

What do students do in PSCHE?

Here at Kirkby College PSCHE is an important part of our school curriculum. All students in Years 7 -11 will receive 1 timetabled lesson of PSCHE over two weeks. Students in Years 12 & 13 will complete PSCHE activities during their extended tutor time.

In Year 7 Students will cover:

In Year 8 Students will cover:

In Year 9 Students will cover:

In Year 10 Students will cover:

In Year 11 Students will cover:

Sex and Relationships Education (SRE)The purpose of SRE at Kirkby College is: to prepare students for the physical and emotional changes of growing up; to give them the knowledge and skills to make informed and healthy choices; to build their confidence and skills to deal with situations they may encounter; to help them to stay safe and know where and how to ask for help if needed. 

If you have any concerns or would like to withdraw your son/daughter from SRE lessons, please contact the PSCHE staff.

As part of PSCHE education lessons, students take part in a series of sex and relationship education lessons. These focus mainly on explaining and preparing students for the physical and emotional changes associated with puberty. They also consider the changing nature of a range of relationships, including friendship, family relationships and intimate relationships.

The school is open from 4th January 2021 for vulnerable and key worker students only.